Good article on how grandparents can better talk to their grandchildren about grief. Children grieve differently and need help expressing and understanding it. Sometimes only grandparents are available or in the child’s life
The article, How to speak to your grandchildren about grief and death, by Starts at 60 Writers states
“Grief can be one of the hardest emotions to deal with at any age, but for a small child, it’s also extremely confusing and can be very scary.
That’s why children so badly need the adults in their lives to help them make sense of the emotions they may be feeling, and while parents play a huge role in this, grandparents are a much-needed support to their grandkids too, especially if the parents aren’t available or are suffering with grief themselves.”
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