Handling loss and suffering!
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A child’s first exposure to the idea of loss and suffering often comes through the death of a family member or family pet, divorce, separation. The world as they know it comes to an end. This fixture, once a permanent part of their life, is gone forever.
But coaching kids through loss and suffering is no less important than it is for us as adults and as parents. As generations pass and life goes on, how we handle our emotions and push through to regain normalcy are the behaviors they will inadvertently learn. And, conversely, how kids handle these tough times can bring us closer to what is truly important in life.
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Whether you are going through a good or bad season right now, the topics and discussions we have on this week’s show may serve as a bit of hope and guidance when you need to rally and push through together.
Join us this week on the Next Generation Show where we will be talking about specifics of psychological impacts suffering has on kids, what you as a parent can do to help alleviate some of the pain, and the teachings of Holocaust Survivor Victor Frankl. We will be discussing the ways his development of Logotherapy can help you communicate with kids when life gets really tough and nearly unbearable. And even if you don’t have kids, this may still benefit you as an adult when when you encounter your own hurdles with death, dying, suffering and loss.
Also, don’t forget to join us on the live show for the Pint Sized Prepper Project of the Week where we show you how to build a Kestrel box, the impact this animal has on your ability to relay concepts like death and the life cycle, and how you can attract this magnificent predator into your little sphere.
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