That’s very kind feedback, Vaishali. Thank you. It is good …

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That’s very kind feedback, Vaishali. Thank you. It is good to know you found the post helpful.

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Moving forward, not moving on
Hi Christa,

We have not specifically written a post to be read by children – but we will try to do that! In the meantime, the pages below crosslink to some resources and books that might help. Apologies if any of the links in these pages don’t work – it is difficult for me to have the time to check all the links regularly.

https://www.theralphsite.com/index.php?idPage=18
https://www.theralphsite.com/index.php?idPage=20#childrenbooks

Hope that helps a little,

Shailen


Moving forward, not moving on
Dear Alet,

I am sorry to hear this. It is undoubtedly a very difficult time. The best help we can offer is for you to join our private Facebook group. There is a supportive and understanding community there that will be with you for as long as you need. The link to join is here:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/theralphsite/

Much love to you and her.


Moving forward, not moving on
Thanks for the feedback, Suzanne. Glad it was a valuable read.


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Thank you for your comment, Stephanie. It is good to know that the site has provided you with value during a very difficult time. Shailen.


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If you are on Facebook, please join our private group. It is such a lovely and like-minded community for empathy and support now and in what is to come. Go here.

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Hi,

Sorry to hear this.

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