Myths You Ought to Know About Child and Adolescent Grief

September 18, 2015

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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