In the aftermath of death, many adults struggle with how to talk to kids while dealing with their own grief. Often, the instinct is to protect children from pain and loss. That can sometimes leave kids out of the family grieving process, which can leave them feeling lonely and misunderstood.
- Read Catherine Saint Louis' Piece For The New York Times, 'Letting Children Share In Grief'
- The Give And Take Of Grief
- Grief Camp Helps Children Cope with War Losses
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