Maggie Dent

Talking to children about suicide

(4:09 mins) Perhaps one of the toughest things a parent can do is try to explain to a child or teen that someone they love has died by suicide. Here are some ways to ensure that your children firstly understand the concept of death, and secondly some ways to talk to them about suicide that let them remember that we are not defined by how we die, but rather by how we live.

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