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How to Talk about Death
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How to Talk about Death

The fear of death is ultimately the fear of living. Perhaps we reasonably believe that death is not an event. Not an event we will ever experience - we will never experience our own death as we have not experienced our own birth.

How do children talk about death? They start talking about it from a very early age. They often mention it in connection with an animal. All of you have witnessed how children react when they are first confronted with death. They say, "It does not move at all!" And we explain to them, "Because it is dead." "What does it mean?", they ask you. And you don't know how to reply.

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Françoise  Dolto

Françoise Dolto (1908–1988) was a famous “doctor of child-rearing” known for her special insight into childhood, her sense of humor, and her unique talent for explaining psychoanalytic theory in simple terms. Dolto’s work significantly helped to change the status of children in modern society. By the time of her death, the versatile psychoanalyst had produced an abundant literature including theoretical texts for specialists and articles for the general public. All of Dolto’s writings, plus many unpublished texts and audio and video recordings made during her lectures and radio broadcasts, are now held at the Françoise Dolto Archives in Paris, France.

This site, open to internet users the world over in French, English, and Spanish, is designed to be a tool for everyone interested in Dolto’s theoretical and clinical research—parents, students, doctors, social workers, youth workers, and so on.

Along with a detailed biography of Dolto, the site contains an original album of photos. Under "Maisons Vertes", you’ll find a description and addresses of infant-and-parent "nurture centers". The site also features a list of documents held by the Archives, plus the latest news on publications, activities, and training based on Dolto’s work.

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