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How to Talk to Your Child About Death...
with End of Life Midwife and Interfaith Minister, Maddi Cheers
The world is a beautiful place, and life is a treasure to be enjoyed. But life ends. Death comes for everyone and everything. Death is not the opposite of life; it is part of it.
But no matter what the circumstances, death can be a deeply painful experience. Not only are you losing someone or something you love, but your entire world is shattered as you try to comprehend what has happened and imagine life without them.
Dealing with death can be one of the most difficult, painful times in an adult’s and even a child’s life, and can remain a source of guilt, regret, and sadness for years to come.
Mourning does not just relate to the death of a person, we mourn the loss of pets, an old home as we move to a new one, or a marriage or other relationship that comes to an end. Mourning can relate to any major loss in your life.
So how can you talk to your kids about death and the mourning process?
How can you help your child deal with losing a beloved one, or pet or something they knew well?
No words can take away the pain of death. Yet, there are some things that can help. And for some parents, talking about death may be harder than facing the reality of it.
What is death?
How will your child understand it and react to it?
What can you do at home to help them along the way?
If you're looking for a way to start that difficult conversation with your children about death, this Masterclass is for you.
Death is a scary word, but talking to your kids about it doesn’t have to be. And although approaching this subject may not be easy, talking about it is an important, life-affirming part of the family.
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