Parent Trauma Resource Center

Developmental Responses to Separation and Loss

Age Range  Developmental Responses to Separation/Loss

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Youth Suicide Fact Sheet

Suicide ranks as the third leading cause of death for young people (behind accidents and homicide). For those between ages 15-19, suicide is the second leading cause of death. For children

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Suicide: Fact vs Fiction

Fiction FACT If people talk about killing themselves, they will not really do it. Talking

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Helping Children Cope with the Loss of a Loved One – A Guide for Grownups 

Taken from: Helping Children Cope with the Loss of a Loved One — A Guide for Grownups — By William C. Kroen, PhD, LMHC

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For Teens: Death and Grief

If someone close to you has died, you will probably feel a lot of different emotions such as SADNESS, WORRY, SHOCK, DISBELIEF, CONFUSION, ANGER or GUILT. Your body may feel numb. Parts of your body may hurt, like your

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Stress

From: Kids Health for Kids Feeling like there are too many pressures and demands on you? Losing sleep worrying about tests and schoolwork? Eating on the run because your schedule

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When Somebody Dies

When a person dies, their body stops working. They can’t walk, breathe, eat, sleep, hear or feel anymore. All living things die, including flowers,

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Infant and Toddler Grief

Maintain a Routine Typically when a household experiences the permanent or temporary loss of a loved one, both the adults and children undergo several changes.

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