We can do a little harder parenting task than talking to our baby about the fish. After all, children can only be told in a language that can be processed by their language, why there is no one else we love.
We can do a little harder parenting task than talking about the fishIt is advisable for us to lose all ages to the age at which we can talk to our child about the fish. Babies can feel the mourning in their environment for up to six months, they may deteriorate their lungs, and they may be lighter. In such cases, a sticking to an established agenda can help a lotwe can't do anything else, because we have to let our own cure up to a certain extent.Also, toddlers (under 4) in the age anyway frequent separation anxiety. However, they may not show any behavioral change: they laugh, play as they do. This is also a normal behavior, and we do not need to think that our child is insensitive: in this world only fish as a matter of importance are quite indefinite.The concept of death begins to develop in children 4-6 years. However, we have to realize that it may be incomprehensible to them that fish are irreversible, inevitable, and that they will break with everyone. Nor is it certain that they are spelled that in death, the body ceases to function, often think that the dead drink underneath the ground, eat, do normal life activities. It is not abnormal, nor is it when our child plays the dead: in this case, to process the loser: therefore, talk patiently to whatever you ask or do.It is also important to know that a child it can take up to years, even though it is processing the loss, because it only travels in small steps that can be tolerated, so up to a month after the sad event, behavioral disturbances, developmental setbacks, eg. loss of room cleanliness.