>Sometimes when we lose a spouse we are so wrapped up in our own grief that we forget about the children’s needs. Some adult needs to focus on the effects on the children and help them to process their grief and fears. The article below will explain the experience of a child who loses a parent.
The death of a parent is one of the most devastating and challenging things that can happen to you as a young adult, regardless of your relationship with your parent or whether you live together. Facing death can be sad and frightening to anyone, but as a young adult, you are coping with physical and mental changes and this event can complicate an already difficult situation. Through all the pain, grief and confusion, carry the knowledge that if you can survive this, you can survive anything.
When a parent or (grandparent) dies, it’s often hard to know what the youngest members of the family are going through. Young children–your brothers or sisters–may seem indifferent or oblivious, but they are likely going through intense and confusing emotions for which they need support. Read More>>>