I’m very curious as to how other parents have handled the death-talk with their children. Some say to be literal and accurate while others say to keep it vague. I’d love to see examples of how you guys have handled it. What was the result?

Larry Hester is a Brooklyn-born writer who’s written for Vibe, BET.com, The Source, Complex and more. He now resides in Newark, New Jersey with his wife and son. He welcomes any parenting advice or encouragement. Check him out on Facebook and Twitter @almostcooldad.


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