Grief & Loss: A Child's Perspective

Grief & Loss: A Child's Perspective
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Sue

After working with kids and their families for 35 years, I became acutely aware of the wisdom of children and believe that the world could be ever so much better, if we could just listen. To that end, I created videos that seek to give voice to the wisdom of children as they teach us about ...Read more

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Kerry

A fascinating view into the minds of children suffering with the loss of a loved one. The film provides crucial ways for adults to communicate with children during grieving periods, as well as thoughtful tactics for consoling and comforting. Heart-rendering at times, the film brings ...Read more

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