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death of A parent

A: Damn it ... make me get all sad ... I guess really the only thing you can do is to talk with her about how you''re worried and how you don''t like her to be mean to you. Just try to work it out and keep both of you happy desii, if you are out there and in need of some support for yourself and your mom, check out emofree.com this sight is about learning new ways of healing your pain yourself so you can help others. All the best. openminds...


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How Can I Help My Child Deal with the death of a Friend?

A: It is unlikely that a child will make it through childhood without experiencing the death of a friend. When the death of a friend is unexpected, it can be challenging to break the news to a child. A very young child, who has never experience the death of a friend, pet or loved one, may not know how to react to such news. Children often want to know what it means to die. For young children, this may mean explaining that physically, death is a process where the body stops working. Using euphemisms like passing on or went to sleep are not recommended, as they may cause the child to have concerns...


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How long does it take to get over the shock of a parent dying?

A: My Mum past away sept 7 from liver, lung and kidney cancer. She was diagnosed in May this year it was a very aggressive cancer. I know exactly how you feel. I still am in shock that this has happened. It doesnt feel real even though i know she is gone. I dont cry much, i just feel numb. I was Mum carer so i saw alot of horrific things when she was sick i just watched her fade away. I know your situation is different, your dads was alot quicker. please contact me if you want to.. the more support the better. Hello: I am so sorry to hear that your father passed away,you have my deepest sympathy and condolances. Both of my parents have passed on,my mother passed away at age 47 and my father passed away at the age

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Are There Any Counseling Resources For A parent Who Begins Dating After The death of A Loved One?

A: Counseling from a qualified therapist can help you decide whether or not you are ready for dating. Check with your family doctor if you need help finding a therapist. Yes, there are counseling resources for a parent who begins dating after the death of a loved one. There are resources online. Also, there are support groups. Yes there is always counseling for everything. I suggest you talking to a friend before paying money to go to a counselor. parents Without partners is an excellent resource and has chapters all over the country. They counsel surviving spouses after death as well as after divorce and abandonment. The Salvation Army can also refer you to free...


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Are There Any Counseling Resources For A parent Who Begins Dating After The death of A Loved One?

A: Counseling from a qualified therapist can help you decide whether or not you are ready for dating. Check with your family doctor if you need help finding a therapist. Yes, there are counseling resources for a parent who begins dating after the death of a loved one. There are resources online. Also, there are support groups. Yes there is always counseling for everything. I suggest you talking to a friend before paying money to go to a counselor. parents Without partners is an excellent resource and has chapters all over the country. They counsel surviving spouses after death as well as after divorce and abandonment. The Salvation Army can also refer you to free...


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How to Accept the Tragic death of a Child

A: When older people die, their friends and family members reminisce about how they may have lived their lives. They may even miss the departed, too. When children die, however, the natural order of the past, present and future seem to have turned tables. parents expect to be the ones to pass away first, leaving their youngsters to carry their names into the coming years. For their children to die before them makes parents feel that innocence and part of their future has been lost. Accepting the death of a child is an intense, extremely challenging, agonizing task that takes a lot of time....


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How to Deal With the death of a Child Caused by Cancer

A: The death of a child is an incredibly painful and overwhelming experience. An enormous amount of grief surrounds a tragedy of this nature, and it is not uncommon to feel hopeless, angry, guilty or any number of other emotions related to the grieving process. Many parents who lose children to cancer find themselves unable to resume their normal lives and deal with depression on a daily basis. There is no short answer to how to deal with grief, but there are a few things that can be done to help the process along....


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How do I explain the death of a peer to my 3 yr old??

A: I am going through a similar situation, My Grandfather recently passed and my 4yo has been asking everynight and getting upset about "Poppie dieing" I have tried to explain it to him as well as I can, Today i am going to the library to get kids books to help explain death a little more. I can repost to see if it helps us out. Good Luck my grandfather just passed away and my 2.5yr old is noticing his belongings in our house and can also sense something is going on, unexpected family visiting, his schedule interrupted, mommy crying, etc. From what I gather, telling them that the body stops working and this person can''t run and jump, walk, or talk like we do. So we won''t see this person anymore. But we get to remember them, look at pictures, tell stories,...


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How did your family handle the last years of a parent?

A: Because I am an only child, I do not qualify to answer this question regarding family members living far apart. But we still had our issues. I knew the law looks hard at someone who has both financial and medical power of attorney. For that reason I begged not to be made to have to handle both. I took care of the medical part, and my son in law took care of the financial part. The problem came in because Dad didnít like how we were helping him, even though the use of funds was legitimate. It finally got so bad that he accused ME of stealing from him, and so I told him he had to move to an assisted living center because I couldnít take care of...


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death of a long time friend to liver cancer

A: Dear Kim,    death of a long time special friend is practically the same as the death of a parent or child...  Bonds build and relationships and memories form.... People grieve in so many different ways....  The best way to handle this situation is to remember the PAIN and SUFFERING she was going through and that SHE herself did not want to prolong that suffering even if it meant leaving behind all the poeple she loved....  You must know and believe that she is so much better off....  Cancer is such a painfull and devistating disease and the suffering she and her family went through is finally...
 
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