This episode is for those of you with people in your life who don’t understand why you are still struggling with the death of your child. Laura understands what that is like, because she had someone tell her that she needed to just move on.
Let’s face it, the people around us are not going to understand and, how could they? But it still hurts when family or friends are so insensitive and say things like this to us.
In this podcast, Laura makes five suggestions on how to help yourself handle these kinds of remarks.
Hopefully these five suggestions will help you deal with those in your life who think grief is a short event in time, instead of the life-long process that it is.
Austin Lotterman was born on November 20 and is forever 8 and a half.
Jacinda Avina was born on November 22 and is forever 18.
Melissa Sulikowski Hill was born on November 23 and is forever 38.
Skylar Spencer was born on November 23 and is forever 24.
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The special song written for our children’s birthdays I Remember Well can be heard here.
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And please remember to Hold On Pain Eases; there is HOPE!
I want to partner with GPS Hope financially to help give support to grieving parents.
You are safe here. No masks needed…
Grieving Parents Sharing Hope (GPS Hope) is here to walk with parents through the darkness of child-loss, guiding them to a place of hope, light and purpose.
It is a safe place for anyone who has lost a child from this earth. There is no shame or judgement in where you are in this journey, including if you are struggling in your relationship with God or your faith has been completely shattered.
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