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Psychologists Discuss Grief and Kobe Bryant’s Death

by | Jan 28, 2020 | In the News

older woman comforting a young girl

Following the tragic death of Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna, and everyone else on board the helicopter during the crash, psychologists are offering advice on coping with grief and talking to children about death.

To read the full article by Lauren Petty in 5Chicago, click here.

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  1. Big Blue Sea Services

    I’m a father of 2 kids. The youngest is a boy and he knows Kobe Bryant a lot. He idolized Kobe and he is so updated on Koby’s life. Even me, I can proudly say I’m a fan of Koby since highschool. The only problem is my youngest kid is crying and he told me that he doesn’t want to ride an airplane or helicopter because of Koby’s accident. I’m just worried because we have a flight next month and my youngest kid might not go with us. I will appreciate it if someone will be able to help me. Thanks! 🙂

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