Talking to your child about the death of a loved one and teaching your child how to cope can be very difficult. You also are likely struggling with the events that have unfolded and are at a loss for words and action.
Parents, and anyone who cares for a child, can look for help from family, friends, and professionals (for eg., school psychologists, counselors and physicians). For more direction on how to approach this difficult subject, please refer to the link and the book list below.
Talk to friends and family, and seek professional health as needed. Don't go through this alone.
We hope you find these helpful.
Hang in there.