Grief is a difficult subject, and it can be even more difficult when trying to manage it with children. After the sudden death of her husband, Ashley Bugge found herself not only raising two children and planning for the birth of her third child, but also trying to help them live in a world suddenly consumed by grief. Unable to find books that spoke to children about grief in real terms, together she and her children wrote a remarkable book titled, A Hui Hou: Until We Meet Again.
This week, Ashley discusses how to talk to children about grief and loss to help them understand their feelings and live a happier life.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Why it’s important to have honest conversations about grief with children.
- How to make new memories as a family while grieving loss.
- Signs a child may be struggling with grief.
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