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Death affects the whole family, and the death of a child can put a lot of strain on relationships. You might find you’re grieving differently from one another, or going through different feelings at different times. Try to be understanding. Everyone grieves in their own way and some people will need more time to process than others. During this stage, some of the best ways to process these intense feelings can include physical activity, connecting with others, and therapy. No parent anticipates having to cope with the death of a child. If you are grieving the loss of your own child, or one dear to you, we are truly sorry. Cruse Bereavement Care – call 0808 808 1677 Monday and Friday, 9.30am to 5pm; Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9.30am to 8pm; Saturday and Sunday 10am to 2pm My son may be a man to the world, but he will always be, my little boy to me and I love him more than most could ever believe.”

Finding a way to honor the deceased, such as creating a tradition of celebrating their life on their birthday

Allowing yourself to process all your feelings, even if those feelings are conflicting or you feel like you “shouldn’t” be feeling something If you're a parent and you know you're going to die, you could make a memory box to give to your child, or make one together.

create opportunities for families to meet other families facing similar situations that can make the experience less lonely as well as provide a perspective on the loss process. This includes connecting parents to self-help groups, especially those that include siblings and extended family services; 5. Qualitative analyses of sibling experiences highlight the following themes as a focus for interventions with siblings. 1.I still don’t believe I will not be able to do the things I love with you. You left too early, before we had our first drink, but I hope you welcome me in eternity with one.” Grief intensifies the emotional balance that we can be unconscious of maintaining in daily life, including accommodating the others ‘ups’ when we are down. Acceptance. Acceptance is the stage in which your mind has finally been able to process your loss and start to move forward. You may still feel other emotions, but this is the stage where you’ve found some sort of resolution.

Physical ailments, which can be brought on by depression, stress, and issues like insomnia or not eating properlyStillbirths. A stillbirth turns an anticipated joyful event into tragedy. Stillbirth can assume two forms. The more common occurs when the baby was viable and then dies during labor or delivery. In the second type the fetus dies in utero and the mother is forewarned of the death days or even weeks before the delivery. Particularly difficult and stressful for the mother is carrying a dead fetus when movement has ceased. Parents often describe these situations as the simultaneous birth and death of the child. If you need to talk to someone after the death of a child, you can call the Cruse Helpline. We also offer a range of support services through our local areas including individual and group support. Find out the ways we can support you. There are no easy answers as to how to carry on after your child dies. The loss will always be with you. But there are some things that people find can help them to cope. The agony of losing a child of any age is unparalleled. There is no age or point in time that makes it any easier. No parent expects to face the death of their child and no grandparent expects to lose their grandchild.

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