Why we shouldn’t be afraid to talk to our children about death

Posted in Feed Play Love.

If there’s one thing you can be sure of in life, it’s that kids will ask some challenging questions.

Whether it’s through curiosity because your goldfish has died or someone in the family has passed away, your child will wonder about death.

Kerrie Noonan is a clinical psychologist and Director of The Groundswell Project. She explains why it’s important to address their questions head-on, and why euphemisms are not helpful.

Listen to Kerrie on the Feed Play Love podcast

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