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Grace Christ Examines How Children Deal With Grief

How do children cope with the death of a parent? According to a Columbia's Grace Christ, who has written a new book based on groundbreaking research on cancer patients and their families, children, contrary to common views, are neither irrevocably damaged nor resilient and bounce back from the experience. Like adults, children need help to survive the grieving process.

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Published: Feb 25, 2000
Last modified:Jan 29, 2004