Dealing with death for teens

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Here's how to inoculate ourselves against negative ones. Verified by Psychology Today. Raising Grieving Children.

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To order a copy of the book, visit our online bookstore or contact The Dougy Center, What is it like for teenagers when someone close to them dies? How do they respond to the death of a parent, a sibling, a relative, a friend?

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Grief is as unique as the people who experience it, but some reactions to grief are universal and considered normal or typical. Most teens who experience the death of a loved one will exhibit some of the following behaviors or feelings:. But there are some helpful and some not-so-helpful ways to grieve.

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Grief is the natural, normal and necessary response to loss. Adjusting to loss in a long process and is unique to each and every person. Children and adults face the same jumble of confusing emotions.

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Grief: the process of experiencing the physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual responses to loss or the perception of loss. The teen years are an especially difficult time to deal with the loss as young people are torn between independence and the need now for support from parents and family. Teens feel very conflicted and their feelings may be very intense at times which feels even more overwhelming.

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You may feel unsure about how to approach a teen who is grieving. Here are some general concepts to keep in mind:. Following are some activities you can do with the different ages of teens to help when they are grieving:.

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Bereaved children and teenagers will need ongoing attention, reassurance and support. It is not unusual for grief to resurface later on, even well after the death. How any child or young person grieves when someone they love has died will depend on many things, such as their:.

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Manny: My teenage daughter is having a really difficult time with the passing of her father. I'm afraid she might start using the wrong kind of coping mechanisms to numb her pain. What kind of advice can I give her to help?

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Yeah I know, this sounds a lot like supporting adults. Okay so back to those teenage grief considerations, when supporting an adolescent one should remember the following:. For many children, this is their first experience with death.

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