When children ask about death? Timely questions and timely answers

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When children ask about death

Remember, kids are often more resilient than we think. When we lose someone who is very close to us, we can do good in that person’s name – even a little bit, get through a crisis, or help someone help a friend – then it becomes part of that person’s legacy and honors the life that s/he lived. It’s like a beautiful story that lives forever; and we can be grateful to be part of it. 

Adopted from OptionB by S. Sandberg and A. Grand, When Children Ask About God by H. Kushner, and Temple Bailey

Written by Anna A. Block

Anna A Block is an educator, entrepreneur, and a mother of three little girls ages 7 and under. She believes in a beauty and power of ordinary, daily mundane. It is where the magic happens and memories created for a lifetime. And, it takes only 20 minutes of "pure" time to tell a story, play, read, talk, make or learn something together. Anna is fluent in English, Ukrainian, Russian, and is learning Hebrew. To know more about Anna, visit her website: AnnaABlock.com or read about her on About Us page.


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