Talk of death......is it healthy curiosity or should I be concerned? For the last five days difficult child has talked of death. It started with questions of our other son's death, before difficult child was born/adopted. Ok, I handled that....the auto accident, etc. He wanted to know what it's like to die. Well, I don't know. Asked about reincarnation. Wanted to know if dying hurts. Wondered if he would go to heaven or the other place. What happens to your body when you die? I don't know what to make of it. Over the weekend he had extreme anxieties......something I couldn't curb for him. The issues went into the evening and overnight. He's also had severe sensory issues for about a week which I thought we'd overcome. I called his child psychiatrist so I'm taking him to her this afternoon for a medication review. I know medications don't fix it all....but I feel so sorry for him... When do these conversations cross that line?