The best grief camp show is Aashka Camp (part 1 and 2) on Life OK. Not only because its inspiring but also because of the sheer hilarity and entertainment value it possesses.Aashka Camp is based on a fake grief camp, which aims to help teenagers grieve for their beloved one, who have lost their life in an accident. The show narrates the personal and professional journey of Aashka (the person behind the camp), who runs a Google Voice search for ‘Grief Camp’ to find out more about it. After finding out about it, she decides to open one and invites other teens from her school to join her during the 10-day camp, which ends up being more like a fun bonding session with no real objective.Whats so entertaining about this show is how seamlessly Aashka approaches the subject of her cousin’s death. She portrays complete innocence that fades into wisdom only when she talks about love and relationships. Ahh, how we all relate to a 16-year old girl! Other than that, there are plenty of hilarious moments shared by Aashka with her fellow campers. There is Sagar – whose regret over his breakup is killing him repackaged as a cancer survivor and Pooja who cant stop poking fun at Raju whenever she gets comfortable in front of boys (including Aashka).If you are looking for a feel-good TV show where youll see a group of random teens bonding over their love for dead boys, Aashka Camp is it!
At what age do children learn that death is final?
At 8 years old they learn that nobody can come back from the dead.At 8 years old they also learn to choose which adults they’re going to listen to.At 8 years old they also learn that even though adults may seem very smart and know all the answers, they don’t really know anything.At 8 years old they also learn that dreams are real and important.At 8 years old they also learn that bad things happen to everyone and not just special people or bad people.At 8 years old they also learn about forgiveness and that you shouldn’t hold grudges against someone. It will only make you sad.