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Doggone Grief is a children's grief game. The board game is designed to help kids share their feelings about a special person who died. Communication is the first step toward healing.
How to play:
To play Doggone Grief, players pick dog tokens and roll the dice to move around the game board. When the token lands on an emotion space - mad, sad, happy, scared or wild - the player picks a dog card. The emotion cards show dogs in various activities that reveal their grief emotions.
On the back of the card is a statement about what is going on with the dog in the picture. The card also includes a question or two for players to answer about themselves or their loved one who has died. Children who have played Doggone Grief say the game is a great way to share their feelings.
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