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New Grief Book Helps Teenagers and Young Adults Cope with the Death of Their Parent

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Coping with Parental Death: Insights and Tips for Teenagers is a new book by author Michelle Shreeve that can help today's youth and their families navigate losing a parent at a young age.

Over one million children sadly just lost a parent globally to the Covid-19 pandemic alone. That's not even including the 2.5 million children who lost a parent in the United States by the time they turned 18 years old before the Covid-19 pandemic began due to various other causes. Help is needed to guide these children with the challenges that happen, the feelings they'll experience, and how life changes after their parent dies.

The book discusses the first year milestones, tips about seeking counseling, secondary losses, and even features lists compiled of book and movie fictional character references that can provide relatable insight into youth's own personal losses.

This is author Michelle Shreeve's second book traditionally published about the topic of parental death. Her first book, Parental Death: The Ultimate Teen Guide was published in 2018.

Coping with Parental Death: Insights and Tips for Teenagers is published by Rowman & Littlefield and has a July 13, 2022 release date. (ISBN: 978-1-5381-5489-2)  

The book is available online at Amazon and Barnes & Noble as well as multiple bookstores locally and globally.

Michelle Shreeve is a freelance writer and author of two books that discuss parental death among children, teens, young adults, and grieving families. She has been a published local and national writer since 2008. Her writing has been featured in a variety of publications and websites such as Publishers Weekly, Ahwatukee Foothills Newspaper, Gilbert Sun Times, Peoria Times, East Valley Tribune, Southern New Hampshire University, West Valley Magazine, SanTanValley.com and more. She holds two master's degrees in English and creative writing and two undergraduate degrees in psychology. She is a fiction and nonfiction author who strives to help children, teens, and young adults cope and navigate parental death and other life challenges through her writing. Michelle lost her mother when she was nine years old.

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