Kids need to fully grieve the losses in their life so they don’t get stuck in a distressed emotional state that can stay with them well into adulthood. The content on this page will help you understand what grief looks like in kids – it’s very different from adults – and how to help your children grieve in a healthy way. You’ll also find tips on helping kids deal with a suicide, with sudden traumatic incidents, and with the long-term impacts of divorce.
Resources for parents
Resources for grieving kids
Someone I Love Died for ages 4+
Emily Lost Someone She Loves by Kathleen Fucci
Henry Says Good-Bye for ages 3+
Inspiring and empowering stories of women in the Scriptures, church history and contemporary culture
Stories from the lives of men and women, past and present, who have shaped culture by the providence of God