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Talking about it may help you to fear it less.
I've talked about it many times and still, it bothers me so that's just that. I know later on I won't be as scared but when you see some many people around you committing suicide or passing away from accidents or diseases, it's just scary thinking it could be you.
Perhaps sissie was too harsh a word.
It’s not the nicest thing
Nevertheless, should children grow up without knowing about death?
I mean they obviously know about death in China and things like that. It's just death = bad luck and misfortune, that's why it isn't really explored. But it's not like in East Asia we don't commemorate dead people. Like the reason why we take of our shoes when entering a house or shrines that are put up with food on them.
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