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Old June 8th, 2007, 19:44
debrajean debrajean is offline
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Originally Posted by tater03 View Post
I guess maybe it has something to do with the age of the child. I would imagine that real young children don't understand the concept of death so they would show there fears or sorrow in different ways.
But if an older child refuses to show any emotion concerning the death of a close loved one I would be somewhat concerned.
My son has attended three funerals in the last two years. He understands that they are dead and that they are going to be with the Lord. He does not fret or become overly worried. His words to me after I asked him how he was doing and how he felt about their deaths. He looked at me like I was asking a silly question. "Mom," he said, "I'm fine and they're great. They get to go to a much nicer place where they get to do anything they want all day long."
He's seven.
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