You Will Be Okay: Find Strength, Stay Hopeful and Get to Grips With Grief
You Will Be Okay is a Non-fiction book written by Julie Stokes. She is a clinical psychologist, executive coach, and founder of childhood bereavement charity Winston’s Wish, Julie Stokes OBE.
This is one of the best books for kids. You Will Be Okay is a toolbox for children navigating grief. The book that deals with Bereavement Family, Friendship, Personal/social issues, Everyday life, Mental health, and Feelings.
Date of Publication
August 19th, 2021
No. of Page
Wren & Rook
You Will Be Okay Age Rating
You Will Be Okay: Find Strength, Stay Hopeful, and Get to Grips With Grief is best suggested for children of the age of 9-14. But this one can be good for readers of all age groups.
With beautiful tenderness and honesty, Julie sheds (writer) light on the darkness that grief casts upon our thoughts and behaviors and gives permission to face the deep feelings that trip us up. With beautiful simplicity, she weaves insights with stories, tools with tips that children can grasp and every adult can identify with.
You Will Be Okay Parents Guide
The death of a loved one is a turbulent, often traumatic time for anyone, but it can be incredibly hard for children and young people to be able to navigate the complex feelings that arise from it – as well as being difficult for grown-ups and friends to know how best to talk to them about what they’re experiencing.
This honest, comforting, and strength-building guide provides readers with the tools they need to navigate this tough and turbulent time.
You Will Be Okay helps children find strength, stay hopeful, and process their feelings in a healthy way by separating the different ways and feelings of getting to grips with grief into simple chapters.
Readers will discover the stories of other people who have been through grief themselves. They will learn how to flex their ‘grief muscles’ in order to develop confidence, trust, grit, a resilient mindset, and flexible feelings - the ability to notice, accept and talk about emotions when they choose to.
And packed with practical exercises, such as creating memory boxes and managing different kinds of memories using ‘memory stones’, this guide will give readers helpful ways to manage their grief so they can begin to move forward with life.
There are practical exercises throughout the book, like going through and writing down the different types of memories you associate with the person you’ve lost; inspiring stories from people who have experienced the death of a loved one; and a brilliant list of resources for finding further support, should you need it.
A comforting, honest book and an invaluable guide for children, young people, and adults coping with grief.
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