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What This Kid Want Adults To Know About Grief by Bryce A. Fields as told to Bradley Vinson speaks about discussing grief with children in a safe space. The unique views in the book will be useful when it comes to helping grieving young hearts travel the hard journey to healing. Bryce's life is different since his sister Alanna passed away. They did a lot of things together and now she is only in his memories. Healing needs time and also a little space. The insights shared are helpful in bringing together adults and kids in a space where they are comfortable having a dialogue so that healing becomes easier.
There are many books that speak about dealing with grief but what makes this one different and unique is that it addresses the topic from the perspective of a child. Loved ones who have been lost cannot be brought back and this book is a good tool to make adults understand and realize what children want from them while grieving. The approach to the topic is not dramatic; instead, it is logical and will help adults deal with their grieving kids in a much better way. Therapy can be a good thing too when it comes to dealing with grief. The boy's angst, grief, and pain in the story are tangible to readers. What This Kid Want Adults To Know About Grief by Bryce A. Fields will build a better bridge to communication so that adults can understand the pain and grief of their children.