From Caron Goode, a Fort Worth, Texas-based psychotherapist and author of the new book “Kids Who See Ghosts: How to Guide Them Through Fear” (Weiser Books):
Your kid’ s imaginary friend
s could very well be real, according to psychotherapist Caron Goode.
parents should believe their kids when they say they see ghosts.
Goode says that while some kids play with imaginary friends, there are others who
are convinced they are being visited by spooks and apparitions.
Well, are they
Depends on your upbringing, Goode says.
Read article. Sounds helpful.