Children mourn and need to be seen and understood. Parents need to understand this.
The article, “How Children Mourn: Adapting To Grief As A Family” by Susan Almaneih states
“Losing a loved one is arguably the hardest thing we have to cope with in life, and for children who don’t have the awareness or vocabulary to make sense of it, grieving can be especially painful. AS parents, the difficulty of managing our own grief, coupled with our child’s loss, can be debilitating.”
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