Una luz que se apaga

Una luz que se apaga

Book - 1985 | Spanish
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Baker & Taylor
"The distinguished thanatologist explains how parents and relatives of terminally ill children can cope with the physical, emotional and psychological crises of death, discussing fear, grief, the hospice movement, and other significant concerns."

Independent Publishing Group
Based on a decade of working with dying children, this compassionate book offers the families of deceased and dying children the help and hope they need to move forward with their lives. In warm, simple language, Dr. Kübler-Ross speaks directly to the fears, doubts, anger, confusion, and anguish of parents confronting the terminal illness or sudden death of a child.
El material de este libro es fruto de una década de trabajo con niños moribundos de diversas edades, así como del vasto conocimiento de madres y padres que han pasado por esa penosa experiencia, y que han perdido uno, dos?aún tres?hijos. Con voz compasiva, la doctora discute los miedos, las dudas, el enojo, la confusión, y el dolor que sienten los padres de niños con enfermedades terminales o que han muerto inesperadamente.



Baker
& Taylor

Explains how parents and relatives of terminally ill children can cope with the physical, emotional, and psychological crises of death, discussing fear, grief, the hospice movement, and other significant concerns.

Publisher: México, D.F. : Editorial Pax México, 1985
Edition: 1. ed. en español
ISBN: 9789688600313
9688600318
Branch Call Number: SPANISH 155.937 KUB
Characteristics: 217 p. ; 21 cm
Alternative Title: Una luz que se apaga

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