While we try our very best to protect our children from grief, we sometimes overestimate or underestimate the degree to which these children experience grief after a traumatic event such as death. Below are some common myths that we should know about child and adolescent grief.
– Young children do not grieve and experience sadness.
– Children should not go to funerals.
– Children get over loss very quickly.
– Children will permanently bear that significant loss.
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