antjoney
antjoney asks:
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how can we discuss death

recent passing of grandfather - 4 children ages 4,6,8,10
In Topics: Communicating with my child (The tough talks)
> 60 days ago

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ayman39
ayman39 writes:
they are still young to understand the true concept of death. try the old legends with them i think it works.
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yinyoujie
yinyoujie writes:
i am sorry about this . i think death is normal,everybody will die, maybe tomorrow or the day after tomorrow . it is important that how to see death .
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EssayVikings
EssayVikings writes:
Talking about death sometimes motivates to live better and put more effort to the life deals. You may teach your children more and talk with them about the death penalty, and how inhumane it is.
The link has some information about it.

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john18967
john18967 writes:
Anytime Dr. Moody talks, it's always a worthwhile experience to listen. This particular video is pretty much a general overview of some of the things he's discovered in his career and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in learning more about "the father" of near death experiences. I will caution you though, on what seems to be the cameraman's fascination with zooming in and out with the camera. I actually giggled while watching the camera move in close, then back out, then close again, then back out, over and over again - as if the camera guy was bored and mindlessly playing with the zoom knob or something. Also, you can sometimes faintly hear the interviewer in the background asking Dr. Moody a question, and immediately the question is super-imposed on the screen. So, in spite of the iffy audio editing and the zoomy camera operator, you won't be disappointed by the content.
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