What Bereaved Parents Want You to Know (but may not say)

People of faith who have lost a child are often seen as brave and strong. We have been through something that no parent wants to experience: the death of a child. We are not strong or brave. We end…Read more: What Bereaved Parents Want You to Know (but may not say)

 

5 thoughts on “What Bereaved Parents Want You to Know (but may not say)

  1. This is the best I have ever read since the death of my 20 year old son almost 3 years ago. Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to share with my friends and family.

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  2. From one bereaved mum to another x I totally get where you are coming from. Thanks for sharing your heartfelt words on grief of losing your child. We lost our 20yr old son Jacob last Oct after a short 13month battle with Ewing’s Sarcoma. The full moon gets me everytime, I can tell if it’s coming up to a full moon just the way the grief hits me 😦 and the tears come & I ‘own’ them as they flow. No parent should outlive their children, it’s just not the way its meant to be.

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