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Most of what has been said about how we talk about death in healthy children, can also be applied in the case of heavy sick children. However, There are points that need redefining or special attention.
Taking into consideration that children have some vague notion about death from the age of two years, that the likelihood of their death or a loved one is always present and how the ideas of children about death affect the emotional, psychological and mental development, It is very important to talk to children about death.