Nov 18, 2020
Death is an inevitable part of all life, and yet talking about death is one of the hardest conversations that adults can have with children.
To navigate this complicated topic, we are joined by Miranda Featherstone, MSW, a writer and school based counselor, and a mother of two young children. We discuss the importance of normalizing death, how to talk to children about death using developmentally appropriate language, and understanding grief.
Links to some of Miranda's writing:
Ghosts In My Nursery (The Yale Interview)
Resist Fear Based Parenting (The New York Times)