Talking to Children about the Loss of a Loved One

“Children are no strangers to grief. Even infants and toddlers react to loss. When younger children are shielded from death, silence does not take away their pain; it only increases their sense of isolation and abandonment. We need to acknowledge their fears as real – they are! Above all, we must utilize teachable moments to talk about death in reaching out to children in this, the most profound and far reaching changes of their lives.” — Earl A. Grollman Download for free our three booklets on talking to children about cancer. These beautifully illustrated, meticulously researched booklets are written in clear, simple language and available in English and French.
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