Posted on April 25 2016
Children are expected to “get over” unpleasant events such as the scrape from the bike wreck or the name-calling bout at the birthday party. The loss of a loved one isn't something any child should be expected to get over without loving empathy and a wise, listening ear.
If your child is dealing with loss, whether it’s the death of a beloved family member or the family turtle, you need to understand that you what your child needs at times such as this. If your child ever needed help navigating the uncertain waters of life, it's evident when they are fearful about death. Here are some ideas to help you help your grieving youngster.
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