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Helping children through bereavement

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I knew there was something wrong. My eight-year-old son had been unusually quiet, and was beginning to lose his edge at school. He told me he couldn't get to sleep, and couldn't concentrate at school, because he was 'so sad inside' about his twin brother, who died when they were babies. We had always talked about Alex, and I had always been...

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Published By: Parentdish - Saturday, 14 March, 2015

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