Grief: Insights and Tips for Teenagers is a compassionate guide to help you and those you care about navigate the difficult path of grief. Filled with the words of other young adults who have walked this road themselves, you will find that you are not alone-and that things do get better. You will learn -how to honor the memory of those you have lost -what movies, writers, musicians, and philosophers can teach us about grief -what has helped other teenagers work through their grief -the many resources available to you, including websites, videos, music, podcasts, and more Grief is one of the most personal emotions we can experience-no one will ever have the unique relationship you had with your family member or friend. At the same time, the sadness of grief is one of the most universal feelings. This book shows both the personal and universal sides of mourning, bringing a message of hope during a difficult time.
Joe Jansen is a freelance writer who has worked as a book editor in the "For Dummies" series, a technical writer, medical writer and publication coordinator, and as a marketing editor. His freelance magazine work has appeared in arts, regional, outdoor, historical, and sporting magazines such as Arts Indiana and Shore and in newspapers such as The Indianapolis Star. Joe spent four years volunteering at a hospice organization in central Indiana, providing comfort, support, and care to those at end of life, and their loved ones.