Many parents think they can protect their child by not telling him or her about their serious illness. But it is important to name your child’s medical condition. Parents should also further describe it since your child will hear this language from others. For example, it helps build trust with your child, helps him or her feel included in medical exchanges, and decreases confusion. Also, it prevents your child from learning that he or she is very sick from someone else. Your child is also more likely to cooperate with the tests and treatments. Read this book often in order to encourage bravery and open communication.
Children need to taught to be safe and look after their bodies. Brave Books offers a selection of titles in this section that cover the danger of strangers, coping with a traumatic event, how to deal with illness, going to doctors, good touch – bad touch, sex education and many others.
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