Parenting for Survivor

Guardian Lane

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When you need immediate help for your grieving child, Guardian Lane is here. Guardian Lane ‘s  CEO Kristina Jones created this fun and safe space for your child(ren) to have instant access to healing when needed. When grieving the death…

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How I Feel: Grief Journal for Kids

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After experiencing the loss of someone dear or something significant, children often grapple with overwhelming emotions. This thoughtful guided journal is brimming with prompts and activities designed to gently guide kids through their feelings, helping them find solace, understanding, and…

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Daddy’s Home by Nicole R. Thornes

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Featured in C.O.P.S. Hope magazine Quotes from the C.O.P.S. Hope Spring 2024 Issue, page 10.: Author “Nicole Thornes is a certified Death Doula, Grief Recovery Specialist… a police officer who was forced to medically retire after a career ending injury.”…

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7 Tips for Helping Children Coping With Grief This Father’s Day

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Written for Katie Couric Media by Kristin Meekhof, author of A Widow’s Guide to Healing.

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Concerns of Police Survivors- Hands On Programs

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C.O.P.S. hands-on programs are designed to allow participants to have a safe space to grieve and process the feelings and memories surrounding that loved one. With twelve Hands-On Programs, C.O.P.S. provides retreats specifically formatted to support the survivors as they…

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Forever my Mommy, Always my Hero

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Survivor recommended- This selection is written specifically for children who have lost a parent in the line of duty.  This colorful story explains how much their parent loves them, always will, and will be looking down on them, sending signs…

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Not if but when

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Encourage and support sharing good books and stories about death and loss with children and teens throughout their lives.

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Widowed Parent

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Seattle Based Widowed Mom. Matter-of-fact approach to windowed parenting. Jenny lost her husband to brain cancer at the age of 43 and went searching for answers. She has written books and podcasts and also has many social media accounts to…

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Wherever You Are My Love Will Find You

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Survivor Recommended –  This book talks about feelings and emotions. It also celebrates the love between parents and children is forever, no matter how near or far they are The book is recommended. Ages: 1-5 yrs.

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SafeCrossings

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As the Puget Sound’s most comprehensive resource for children’s grief services, Safe Crossings Foundation (SCF) is dedicated to helping grieving children after the death of a loved one.

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