Thoughts to Consider
HELPING CHILDREN UNDERSTAND
Most parents wait until they are confronted with death before they start thinking about how to help their children with the concept. That may not be the best time, especially if parents are also dealing with the loss. Better to take a few moments and reflect on your beliefs about death and your experiences with it. Then, there are endless opportunities to talk with children about death as a part of life. Most parents ignore these chances, however, trying to protect their children from "unpleasantness.” Experts say that parents should, instead, seize these opportunities. The dying blooms on a rose bush can teach a lesson about life and death, as can the changing seasons or the death of a pet.
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QUOTE: "Seeing death as the end of life is like seeing the horizon as the end of the ocean.”
- David Searls