What is the best way to describe the differences between adult and child grief? Select one: a. Most children do not have the cognitive or emotional capacity to grieve. b. Most children experience/show grief in brief intervals between everyday feelings of happiness, boredom, interest, cheerfulness, etc. c. Most children quickly forget the person who has died so that the grieving process is accelerated. d. When a child experiences death, they generally have severe psychological problems due to loss at an early age.