By Glenda Fredman
This e-book tackles head at the frequently tabooed topic of loss of life. It distils subtle medical paintings into uncomplicated language, and describes uncomplicated recommendations for chatting with young ones approximately loss of life. the writer makes refined fabric obtainable to a wider variety of practitioners than expert therapists.
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To establish further a context of knowing and telling with Margaret, I could have suggested that the play specialist follow Margaret's earlier questions by asking her : — How would you answer that question (yourself)? — Where did you get that idea from? — Who else do you think has a similar/different view? What do they think? — How come you think they see things the same/differently? — What do you think your aunty knows at the moment? A n d your mother? — What do you think they would like you to know?
T h e o p p o r t u n i t y to refer b a c k to earlier c o n v e r s a t i o n s about i n v o l v e m e n t a n d closeness h a s often a r i s e n , e s p e c i a l l y at times w h e n r e l a t i o n s h i p s b e t w e e n the staff, the c h i l d , a n d the family b e c o m e stressed. initially the w a r d staff insisted that Margaret be told immediately, s i n c e they believed that she w a s already aware she w a s dying and that she needed to talk. T h e play specialist believed that telling Margaret about her prognosis w o u l d "free her to talk about all the worries on her m i n d " and enable her to develop a more open and honest relationship with the c h i l d .
Hence I invited Ms J to reflect on her experiences of talking about the death. Glenda: Who have you spoken with about Tyrone dying? Mother: Only my friend, Bernice—no one else is interested really. Glenda: How has talking with Bernice made things? 16 DEATH TALK Mother: She can understand—she lost her baby two months ago. We were on the Special Care ward together. Glenda: What has helped her to understand—that she has been through it herself? Mother: Mmm . . (nods) I was interested in how Ms J experienced the effects of talking about the death on herself.