This is a basic question that you NEVER think to ask yourself, UNTIL you need to...
It's not a thought that people say, oh, I should know how to help my child deal with grief!
When my brother in law, Lennie, passed away last January VERY unexpectedly, it shocked the entire family to it's core... more than you could EVER know. Lennie was like glue... he stuck on you hard, and you loved him for it. He WAS my brother... forget the inlaw, he WAS my big brother. He used to call us and say, "I just wanted to hear your voice". He'd say "I love you baby sis" That's what he called me... baby sis... because he was the youngest in the family, and now, I was!
I had a chance to do a review on Children Teaching Children About Grief and thought it would be a great opportunity.
Watching it myself, I was overwhelmed at the strength and poise in some of these children... I lost my own father at a young age, so I have a unique perspective on the subject.
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