The choice is yours

Our website uses cookies. Some are essential for the website to operate, and others are for enhancing site navigation, analytics, or personalised marketing purposes.

We respect your privacy, so you can choose to ‘accept’ or ‘deny’ non-essential cookies, or you can customise your preferences here. View our cookie policy for more information.

Back to Blog

Explaining Death

March 14, 2011
Kate's Club
Explaining Death
Get the latest in your inbox.
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.

For many children questions about death begin long before it hits close to home. News worthy events, such as this past Friday’s tsunami in Japan, that are discussed in the classroom and around the dinner table are opportunities not just to teach about what death is, but how to appropriately deal with the emotions that come along with loss.

Tsunami Aftermath

Depending on their age kids understand and respond to death in very different ways. For resources on how to talk with children about death + grief, please check out our resource link and the following two websites:

Would you like to share your story? Please contact us at

Related Posts

Awards ceremony to celebrate Glynn County children who are grieving

Watch Their Story

2024 Mourning Glory Gala Co-Chairs on Creating a Place for Grievers to Belong

Watch Their Story

Valentine’s Day: Tips for widows, widowers, and grieving people facing the day of love without yours

Watch Their Story
See All Posts