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There was a time when people believed that under no circumstances should children be exposed to death, dying, and anything surrounding the subject–like funerals. Recently, that school of thought has changed and many children are now being encouraged to grieve and deal with their grief surrounded by friends and family, rather than go it alone.

From the New York Times:

Letting Children Share in Grief

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