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    After the Smoke Clears and the Fire Trucks Leave Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Sally Dillon shares how one community dealt with the aftermath of losing their elementary school to a fire. The first step, grief recovery, began in church the next day. A routine was reestablished as much as possible, with students meeting in different places...

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    Children and Grief Preschool-Grade 12
    This 2006 NAD Teachers Convention break-out session presented the stages of grief and how children in their various developmental stages relate to it. It educates teachers and parents about the realities and emotions that children are experiencing when there...

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    Grief Recovery Pyramid Preschool-Lifelong
    There can be a vast difference between the grieving process useful in preparation for one's own death and grief recovery that is effective for the survivors of loss. The Kubler-Ross work has been landmark in helping individuals prepare to die with dignity....

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    Helping Children Deal with Death Preschool-Grade 8
    Parachin outlines practical ways to minister to grieving children. NOTE: Additional resources mentioned may not reflect an Adventist understanding of death.

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    Helping Children Deal with Death and Disaster Preschool-Grade 12
    Read how to help children deal with tragic disasters and death in their community, or as reported through media or friends.

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    Living Beyond Grief Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Christians may believe that faith in Christ and the prospect of eternal life can take away the need to grieve, the need to cry, and the need to be fully human. But rather than denying the pain of the human predicament, it is faith and God’s enduring...