Helping a child deal with major life changes can be difficult.
A short but thorough list with suggestions on how to explain death to children.
The Death of a loved one is a painful, often overwhelming, experience at any age. Amidst coping with your own grief, you may be faced with talking to your child about death and dying, and might find that you struggle with the question: "Should my child attend the funeral?"
Learning to grieve for losses great and small is a critical skill in a child’s healthy development.
To support military-connected children, especially those who are grieving a line-of-duty death, consider these steps.
Books can be important tools for grieving children to explore their emotions.
Books can be an important resource to help explore grief responses.
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