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Talking With Children And Young People About Death And Dying by Mary Turner

By Mary Turner

Conversing with youngsters and teenagers approximately dying and loss of life is a well-liked source designed to aid adults seek advice from bereaved childrens and children. Mary Turner explains some of the points and phases of bereavement and provides necessary insights into the worries of youngsters experiencing grief or dealing with an approaching bereavement. She addresses kid's universal fears and concerns, desires and nightmares, and recognizes the impression of trauma at the grief approach. This moment version features a new part for adults on realizing the misery of a bereaved baby and likewise a listing of priceless contacts. it's a totally photocopiable workbook that allows adults to accommodate those concerns sensitively and explains, for instance, tips to pick out applicable phrases to help the kid. it is going to empower and equip adults operating with bereaved young children to motivate them to speak their discomfort and comprehend the customarily contradictory feelings aroused by way of the dying of somebody as regards to them.

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Or we are sad because we have lost something very precious. When we are so sad we can feel very lonely. 50 Copyright Ó Mary Turner 2006 What happens when people or animals die? What do you think? Copyright Ó Mary Turner 2006 51 When people and animals die they stop breathing and they stop thinking. Their hearts stop beating and they do not feel anything. When things die, the special part we call ‘life’, or ‘soul’, leaves the body. It does not ever come back to the body. Not ever. The body is very quiet and peaceful and still.

When we are so sad we can feel very lonely. 50 Copyright Ó Mary Turner 2006 What happens when people or animals die? What do you think? Copyright Ó Mary Turner 2006 51 When people and animals die they stop breathing and they stop thinking. Their hearts stop beating and they do not feel anything. When things die, the special part we call ‘life’, or ‘soul’, leaves the body. It does not ever come back to the body. Not ever. The body is very quiet and peaceful and still. For ever. 52 Copyright Ó Mary Turner 2006 After a person has died, their body is put in the earth.

30 Copyright Ó Mary Turner 2006 Dying and Death Copyright Ó Mary Turner 2006 31 Living and dying are part of the world we are in. Living and dying are part of nature, and we are part of nature. The world is a wonderful place. It is marvellous when babies are born. And it is wonderful when fresh leaves appear on the trees, or beautiful new flowers bloom. Sometimes we are sad when summer ends and the leaves fall from the trees. It is very sad when people and animals die. 32 Copyright Ó Mary Turner 2006 Everything is a part of nature.

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