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How to talk to children about death

Is death a taboo topic in your home? If you're like most adults in our society, it can be very uncomfortable addressing this subject. The difficult situation of dealing with death is often intensified when young children are involved. Listen as Carri Sullivan, Allina Health Hospice grief counselor, offers advice on how to help children cope with loss, death and grief.

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