One of the most devastating losses a family can experience is the loss of a child. Whether the loss is through illness, accident, drugs, suicide, or other tragedy, the pain is overwhelming and often paralyzing. And though we often think of loss as death, in our broken world there are many ways to suffer the loss of a child. This book discusses how a family can learn to cope with loss of a child due to not only death, but a custody battle, addiction, chronic illness, crime, and other issues where worldly dreams disappear. H. Norman Wright helps readers through the grieving process, and assists them in finding God’s grace and comfort during this very difficult time of life.
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H. Norman Wright is research professor of Christian education at Talbot Theological Seminary. Previously he served as an associate professor and the director of the department of marriage, family, and child counseling at Biola University. He has been a licensed marriage, family, and trauma counselor for more than 30 years, and he is the author of Recovering From the Losses of Life, Experiencing Grief, and Before You Say I Do.