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Just tell him flat out. Be polite and understanding, but there isn't much else you can do. It will hurt, but a child has to learn to cope with pains like this in life. This is actually a good example of the exact sort of pain that helps a child learn to accept minor loses so he is more ready for any more major loses later in his life. Just be honest. I ...


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Unfortunately that kind of situation will happen more than once in his lifetime (people move, people die, people change, ...) so better get prepared to it. No false excuses, no lies, no diversion, but an explanation, maybe together with the "fostering" explanation is probably the best you can do. Kids are strong, he will probably manage to deal with it and ...



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