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Nearly 1 in 20 children have experienced a loss of a parent by the age of 18.
Children grieve differently than adults. They are not capable of abstract thinking and need facts to help them understand death. Nor are they able to put their own fears and questions into words. Consequently, children often act out their anger, fears or denial.
Children need to grieve as part of the family. They will be repetitive with their questions as they attempt to understand the meaning of their loss. Embrace them. Comfort them. Love them. Giving children choices and avenues to express themselves will greatly increase their healing process.
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