Helping Children Cope With Death by Robert V. Dodd

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He received his Master of Divinity degree from Duke University and participated in additional studies in clinical pastoral education through the supervised chaplains' program at Duke University Medical Center. Since graduation from seminary, he has served churches on a full-time basis in various locations in western North Carolina, including Cashiers, Lenoir, and Gibsonville. Currently he is pastor of Stanley United Methodist Church in Stanley, North Carolina. Dodd has contributed articles to a number of religious periodicals, including: The North Carolina Christian Advocate, The Upper Room, The Interpreter, and Family Devotions.

Page 55 Robert V. Dodd, a native of Shelby, North Carolina, has been a member of the Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church since 1968. B. degree from High Point College with a major in religion and philosophy. He received his Master of Divinity degree from Duke University and participated in additional studies in clinical pastoral education through the supervised chaplains' program at Duke University Medical Center. Since graduation from seminary, he has served churches on a full-time basis in various locations in western North Carolina, including Cashiers, Lenoir, and Gibsonville.

Understand that children under age 10 have a great deal of difficulty comprehending the possibility of their own death. A child thinks of himself or herself as immortal. Death is an alien concept. If his father dies, a young child may seem to accept that fact. " Thus helping a young child come to terms with his or her own imminent death may not be possible. Explain to the child in simple terms what is wrong or what is happening medically to his or her body. The debilitating effects of a terminal illness can cause a child great concern and lead to the feeling of being trapped in a body that is rebelling against its owner.

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