editor’s note: This post was originally published in July of 2014 but has been updated to include recent events. The first few weeks of grief after losing a child are a mixture of rage, sadness, helplessness and fear: An unstable concoction that can react and explode at any given moment. As someone who can now count [...]
Sometimes grief makes me feellike I’m losing my mind. Like my brain has been hijacked. No, really. A few weeks ago, I read the beginning of a sentence over and over again about twenty or thirty times. It took me almost that long to figure out why my brain couldn’t makes sense of it. Then– […]
Losing a child at anytime is the worst thing anyone can ever experience in life. Whether a miscarriage, stillborn, or anytime. When a woman grieves the loss of her child she grieves when she grieves. It may not be the best time to outwardly grieve, but her heart is hurting, before you become quick to anger, try to understand the pain and as she hots the floor, hold her while she cries. A woman grieving the loss of a child needs nothing but time and support.