Most children are not yet able to understand the concept of death, and don’t fully comprehend the permanence of it.
They often rely on their parents’ help with understanding these concepts in a way that makes sense for them.
However, if they never see or hear about death from an adult, then how will they ever learn?
This blog post discusses the topic of out-of-sight, out-of mind when it comes to teaching children about death and what you can do as a parent to help them through this difficult time.
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