At some point or another you and your &#99&#104&#105&#108&#100&#114&#101&#110 will be faced with &#100&#101&#97&#116&#104.

Its important &#116&#104&#97&#116 you teach your &#99&#104&#105&#108&#100&#114&#101&#110 that death is &#109&#101&#114&#101&#108&#121 &#97&#110 &#97&#115&#112&#101&#99&#116 &#111&#102 life, and &#104&#101&#108&#112 &#116&#104&#101&#109 &#98&#101&#99&#111&#109&#101 comfortable with the topic.

One of the best things you can &#100&#111 &#116&#111 &#112&#114&#101&#112&#97&#114&#101 your children for the &#112&#114&#111&#115&#112&#101&#99&#116 of a death is to talk about it with &#116&#104&#101&#109 &#97&#104&#101&#97&#100 of time.

Your approach &#116&#111 &#116&#104&#101 subject may &#118&#97&#114&#121 a little depending on your spiritual &#98&#101&#108&#105&#101&#102&#115. &#83&#111&#109&#101 cultures &#97&#99&#116&#117&#97&#108&#108&#121 &#101&#109&#98&#114&#97&#99&#101 the subject of death and see it as an opportunity for re-birth and new &#108&#105&#102&#101.

It &#105&#115 &#105&#109&#112&#111&#114&#116&#97&#110&#116 that &#121&#111&#117 consider &#121&#111&#117&#114 spiritual and emotional beliefs &#97&#98&#111&#117&#116 death and come to fully &#101&#109&#98&#114&#97&#99&#101 them before approaching the topic with &#121&#111&#117&#114 children.

This &#119&#105&#108&#108 help &#121&#111&#117 facilitate a &#109&#111&#114&#101 impacting &#97&#110&#100 &#99&#108&#101&#97&#114 cut conversation &#119&#104&#101&#110 the time &#97&#114&#105&#115&#101&#115 to talk about death and dying.

&#10&#72&#101&#114&#101 are some suggestions &#102&#111&#114 &#98&#114&#111&#97&#99&#104&#105&#110&#103 the topic with your children:

Talk &#87&#105&#116&#104 Your Children About &#116&#104&#101 Cycle &#111&#102 Life Consider discussing &#100&#101&#97&#116&#104 with them at &#97 &#116&#105&#109&#101 that you can naturally &#105&#110&#99&#111&#114&#112&#111&#114&#97&#116&#101 it into part of &#121&#111&#117&#114 conversation. Consider &#102&#111&#114 &#101&#120&#97&#109&#112&#108&#101 &#119&#104&#101&#110 &#116&#104&#101 &#108&#101&#97&#118&#101&#115 &#99&#104&#97&#110&#103&#101 &#99&#111&#108&#111&#114&#115 in &#116&#104&#101 fall, and then &#100&#105&#101 off &#111&#110&#108&#121 to grow back &#105&#110 &#116&#104&#101 &#115&#112&#114&#105&#110&#103. Remember &#116&#111 keep &#116&#104&#105&#110&#103&#115 light &#97&#110&#100 easy &#105&#110&#105&#116&#105&#97&#108&#108&#121, offering your children &#97&#109&#112&#108&#101 opportunities to &#97&#115&#107 questions.

Acknowledge Your Own &#70&#101&#101&#108&#105&#110&#103&#115 In order for your &#99&#104&#105&#108&#100&#114&#101&#110 to &#97&#99&#99&#101&#112&#116 &#100&#101&#97&#116&#104 &#121&#111&#117 must &#102&#105&#114&#115&#116 come to terms &#119&#105&#116&#104 it. &#67&#104&#105&#108&#100&#114&#101&#110 &#97&#114&#101 very sensitive and likely to pick &#117&#112 on your emotional cues about death &#97&#110&#100 &#100&#121&#105&#110&#103, thus if you are uncomfortable with the &#115&#117&#98&#106&#101&#99&#116 they &#97&#114&#101 &#108&#105&#107&#101&#108&#121 &#116&#111 &#98&#101 too. Take some time &#116&#111 examine your own feelings and become comfortable with the subject before broaching it &#119&#105&#116&#104 your &#99&#104&#105&#108&#100&#114&#101&#110.

Be Open and Honest About Feelings Many parents have a &#110&#97&#116&#117&#114&#97&#108 &#105&#110&#115&#116&#105&#110&#99&#116 to shield &#116&#104&#101&#105&#114 children &#102&#114&#111&#109 &#116&#104&#101 grief associated with death, &#98&#117&#116 &#116&#104&#105&#115 can actually be &#100&#97&#109&#97&#103&#105&#110&#103. It is important &#116&#104&#97&#116 you allow &#121&#111&#117&#114 &#99&#104&#105&#108&#100&#114&#101&#110 &#116&#111 understand that death can &#98&#101 &#115&#97&#100, &#97&#110&#100 let &#116&#104&#101&#109 &#107&#110&#111&#119 that you are sad if &#105&#116 &#104&#97&#112&#112&#101&#110&#115. &#73&#116 &#105&#115 &#105&#109&#112&#111&#114&#116&#97&#110&#116 that children learn to &#101&#120&#112&#114&#101&#115&#115 themselves openly and honesty and learn how to release their emotions when necessary.

&#10&#82&#101&#109&#101&#109&#98&#101&#114 when teaching children &#97&#98&#111&#117&#116 death and &#100&#121&#105&#110&#103 that their &#105&#110&#105&#116&#105&#97&#108 reactions may be very different from what you &#119&#111&#117&#108&#100 expect.

&#10&#82&#97&#116&#104&#101&#114 than &#102&#111&#99&#117&#115&#105&#110&#103 &#111&#110 &#116&#104&#101 spiritual or emotional aspects &#111&#102 &#100&#101&#97&#116&#104 &#116&#104&#101&#121 may want to know more about the &#116&#101&#99&#104&#110&#105&#99&#97&#108&#105&#116&#105&#101&#115, such as how someone is buried and &#119&#104&#101&#114&#101 &#116&#104&#101&#121 go.

Remember that &#116&#104&#105&#115 is perfectly normal. Address each &#113&#117&#101&#115&#116&#105&#111&#110 honestly and &#97&#103&#101 &#97&#112&#112&#114&#111&#112&#114&#105&#97&#116&#101&#108&#121 when they surface, and &#121&#111&#117&#114 children will come to have &#97 healthy understanding of the death and &#100&#121&#105&#110&#103 &#112&#114&#111&#99&#101&#115&#115.

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