About Author: Gary Row is an award-winning author on various books about grief. He writes Teen Grief from the perspective of his own personal experience as a once grieving teen. By his teen years, his father had died and his mother was unavailable to him due to mental illness. He is successful in his work with teens because they know right away that he “gets them.” Teen Grief begins from a first-person account of a teen’s grief, the author’s own. Written from a deep understanding of the subject of loss, Gary Row also addresses the various types of grief in addition to grief associated with death. Divided into three parts, the book begins by describing teen grief, followed by a section on the inside of a heart of a grieving teen, and practical suggestions for helpers.