CHILD X DEATH For Kvacs (1992), at the beginning of infancy, in the phase of the three to the five years, the death for the children is attributed something reversible, therefore are as soon as see they it in estrias livened up drawings and counted, when, for example, the child steps on in some animal and this dies, it believes that this is deceased, but that it will come back to life as for a magician, as well as happens in fairy stories. The child recognizes that this animal is died due to lack of vital signals, that is, something that was alive stopped of if moving, eating and to breathe. She died, but that she will go to come back to the life, what, in the reality, she does not happen. Normally, children with up to five years of age believe that a person deceased is asleep person. Already in the adolescence, the death configures as something definitive, that is, irreversible. The adolescent lives a efervescentes phase of experience of the new, conquests, and constant mannering 0 variable that are part of this context that occurs in many adolescents. The adolescent lives deeply a hero phase, where to live she does not have limits, that everything can. When invited to think about death/to die, the adolescent tends to embarrass itself subjectively. The position assumed for the adolescent, according to Kvacs (1992, p.6), ' ' here it is represented the search and the desire of immortality of the human being, its desire of being hero, fort, bel, onipotente, with great mission to win the dragon of morte' '. Still according to same author, when the adolescent one passes for the experience of deaths in the familiar context or next people, its paper of hero is shaken, therefore it perceives the proper finitude to if coming across with the death of the other.