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If children understand what’s happening and are able to talk about how they’re feeling, they’re better equipped to cope. If you’re not sure what to say, these articles might help.
It’s not a conversation you ever wanted to have, and it’s not an easy thing to talk about. These tips might help.
It’s important to talk to your child in advance about what to expect, such as the relative looking different.
The idea of talking to kids about difficult topics can make us freeze up. We worry about not knowing what to say, how to broach the topic, or what reaction to expect.
Children often experience a range of emotions when they lose someone they love, and they may have extra worries.
We’ve put together a list of books to help different age groups to understand death and cope with loss.
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