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5 Ways to Help Your Children Work Through Grief and Loss

When children experience grief and loss, it is important that they are provided with the love and support they need to process it.

Tom Andriola June 11, 2016

Children are vulnerable. They depend on a stable, loving environment as their bodies and minds develop over the course of childhood. Because their brains are so malleable, both positive and negative circumstances can be more impactful for them than for adults who experience similar situations. When children experience grief and loss, it is important that they are provided with the love and support they need to process it in an effective and healthy manner. Here are five things you can do to help your children through tough times.

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Tom Andriola

Tom Andriola advocates for adoptee rights and shares his personal experiences about being adopted and his successful, independent search for both biological parents. To see more of his writing, visit Tom's Facebook page.


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