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I Wish Someone Would Have Told Me

I Wish Someone Would Have Told Me

I Wish Someone Would Have Told Me: A Book for Teens Who Have Lost a Parent Teens who have lost a parent find themselves in a unique circumstance – not quite children anymore, but still navigating their growing-up years without the support of their deceased parent(s). I Wish Someone Would Have Told Me looks teens in the eye, explores their unique struggles and feelings and offers tailor-made comfort, encouragement, and practical guidance for their journey toward healing and growth. Written by seasoned author Miriam Ribiat, with the editorial input of Tali Arieff, LCSW, RPT, the book guides teens through the grieving process and related emotions; presents real-life scenarios and practical suggestions; elucidates halachos and customs related to aveilus, yahrtzeit, etc.; and empowers readers with aliyas neshamah opportunities. Recommended by: Rabbi Yaakov Bender, Rosh Yeshiva, Yeshiva Darchei Torah Noted psychologist Dr. Norman Blumenthal, Director OHEL Center for Trauma, Bereavement and Crisis Response Mrs. Sarah Rivkah Kohn, Founder and Director, LINKS