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When a Parent is Seriously Ill


My wife has been diagnosed with a fairly serious illness-- Fibromyalgia. I am looking for resources for how to deal with this with our three year old son. Does anyone know of a good book about how to communicate with your children when a parent is seriously ill? I heard about a book, When a Parent is Seriously Ill by Leigh Collins and Courtney Nathan, but I can't find it on Amazon. Is it a good book? Thanks in advance.