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“My Forever Guardian” helps a grieving child transition the relationship with a loved one who has passed away and how to speak openly about it with friends. 

Los Angeles, CA, May 5, 2020, Every once in a while, a Children’s Book that sends a message is published that becomes a must-read for children everywhere. Kristina Jones has recently published such a book. During this COVID-19 Pandemic, “My Forever Guardian” is the children’s book of our time, as it deals with death and healing from the loss in such a way that kids can relate to it without trauma.

This is an unprecedented time as people from around the globe come to grips with this Coronavirus Pandemic. So many people have passed away, and this means so many young folks have to be able to handle their loss. Kristina has proven herself a master wordsmith, as readers comment that they felt as if she was in the room reading them the book.

Kristina was seven she lost her father to cancer and knew one day she wanted to share her story on how she kept the connection to her dad alive. One day she realized that although he is not physically present, he can still be her “Forever Guardian” and the idea for “My Forever Guardian” was born. MFG teaches children who experience a significant loss of a loved one on how to transition the new relationship and how to discuss the loss with friends. The book explores this through the use of multicultural characters who have lost a sibling, a grandparent, a dog, and a parent.

Throughout the process of writing and editing “My Forever Guardian”, Kristina landed on an idea to connect kids around the world who have experienced loss to share and heal together. The book transformed the idea of social healing into GuardianLane.com which is run and monitored by top bereavement counselors who provide daily social activities kids can share in together creating their own healing network. All proceeds in April and May will go to families with children who have lost a loved one due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Reader Testimonials tell the story. Take a look at what Cecilia Nguyen, a Verified Reader, said, 5.0 out of 5 stars. “Connects with kids and adults – helps with validating emotions and how to heal, Amazing! This book is so special! About a couple of pages into it I was tearing up in joy. This book is for kids and adults. It was so easy for both of my kids (age 3 and 5) to understand. I love how the author incorporated different types of guardian angels. This book also incorporated different types of cultures as well. It helped my kids understand how being different is unique and special. Any type of loss is hard and this book really helps kids and adults understand that their feelings are valid and that they are not alone.”

This is what Renns, a Verified Reader, had to say: 5.0 out of 5 stars. “A beautiful story……I thought this was a wonderful book. I loved how the kids have open conversations about loss and grief and are able to share their own personal experiences in a healthy way with each other and support each other. I love how there are characters from different cultures in the story as well – it shows us that everyone, no matter where we come from, experience the same pain and emotions. Highly recommended.”

For complete information, visit: https://myforeverguardian.com/

Media Contact:

Kristina Jones
Attn: Media Relations
Los Angeles, CA