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Monday’s Mailbag 03/04/13

Moving on Means Forgetting

After a loss many children will be unwilling to move on or to enjoy their lives. They may believe that moving on means forgetting the one that they lost. While moving on is a difficult process, parents and caregivers need to remind children that moving on does not mean forgetting. Moving on is a natural part of life that must occur even after we have suffered a loss.

 

Dr. Michael Clatch, Psy. D
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