Stepparenting the Grieving Child: Cultivating Past and Present Connections With Children Who Have Lost a Parent

In Stepparenting the Grieving Child, Diane Ingram Fromme shares the assumptions and presumptions, steps and missteps that occurred within her own stepfamily. With personal examples, insights from other stepfamilies, and knowledge gained through experience and research, Diane provides information relevant to anyone who supports grieving children. More

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About Diane Ingram Fromme

A writer since childhood, Diane Ingram Fromme’s writing and communication experience spans her Stanford University degree, training and facilitation work, to freelance writing. Diane relies on writing to help her process beautiful as well as difficult phenomena, much of which emanates from her life experiences, and through it she expresses how education, social interactions, and family dynamics improve, challenge, or change our lives. She has published in literary collections and online, as well as local, regional, and international magazines.

A native New Yorker who now writes from her cozy home in Fort Collins, Colorado, she lives with her husband Brian, teen daughter, and a spunky canine. She is fortunate to see and keep in touch with her adult stepchildren, who live nearby. Diane wears many hats as a mom, stepmom, writer, speaker, training expert, and international student-exchange coordinator. To learn more about Diane, including how to book her for speaking engagements or your next group event, be sure to visit her website at www.DianeIngramFromme.com. There you will also find samples from her other published works to date.

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