Loss & Grief

Causes of Loss & Grief

Death of Family Member

Death of Family Member

Death of Pets

Death of Pets

Parents Divorce

Parents Divorce

Parents Separation

Parents Separation

Separation from close friend

Separation from close friend

Frequent residential change

Frequent residential change

Loss of Grand-parents

Loss of Grand-parents

Favourite Toy Loss

Favourite Toy Loss

Symptoms of Loss & Grief

Lack of Interest

Lack of Interest

Persistant Loneliness

Persistant Loneliness

Sleep Disturbances

Sleep Disturbances

Eating Issues

Eating Issues

Social Withdrawal

Social Withdrawal

Clinginess

Clinginess

Anger and Irritability

Anger and Irritability

Behavioural Change

Behavioural Change

Tips for Parents and Caregivers

1. Speak slowly, pause often
2. Give them time to understand
3. Use Simple words
4. Compassionate Listening
5. Give your child time to heal from the loss
6. Help your child remember the person
7. Put feelings into words
8. Get more help if needed

Tips for Teachers

1. Be tolerant and aware of child's emotions
2. Be Simple and Straightforward
3. Be brief and patient
4. Listen, acknowledge feelings, and be nonjudgmental
5. Be Sensitive
6. Provide them with comfort
7. Understand their coping means
8. Be compassionate and promote healthy behaviour

Loss & Grief

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Frequently Asked Questions

Many kids think they killed their parents or siblings. Learn to recognize the warning signals that your child may be having trouble dealing with the strong emotion of guilt since its effects can be profound and far-reaching. Increasing awareness of the typical emotional difficulties that children may experience with the help of the best psychologist in India.
Yes, infants and toddlers can sense what their caregiver is experiencing after the demise of their loved ones. However, at later age with correct explanations and language they understand the concept of death. If required you can also consult an online counsellor for more assistance.
Age and developmental stage have a significant impact on how a kid expresses grief. Up to the age of five, infants and toddlers feel a sense of grief but are unable to comprehend that death is permanent. Children between the ages of 6 to 10 understand that a loved one who has passed away won't come back, and they are more likely to be curious about illnesses and what happens to the body. At ages 11 to 13, the child's inherent insecurity may be exacerbated by the loss. Online counselling with the best child psychologists in India can help your child go through difficult emotions including anger, despair, fear, and confusion, and let them educate on how to mourn their loss.


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