Joining Life Again After the Death of a Child: Your Grief Recovery No Comments

My daughter died from the injuries she received in a car crash. Surgeons operated on her for 20 hours, but were unable to save her life. Her injuries were too severe and her brain had stopped functioning. With disbelief and dread, my husband and I signed the papers to stop all life support. When my daughter’s life ended, I felt mine had come to a halt. The experience was surreal and I walked around in a daze. But my husband and I hardly had time to mourn, when, nine months later, her former husband died…

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Finding Peace After the Death of a Grandchild No Comments

I’m an ordinary person just like you, trying to keep up with life and make the most of every day. Usually, we wake up each morning with plans for what we need or want to do that day. We get ourselves in gear and begin to put the day’s plan in motion without every thinking life might throw us a curve ball. Then one day, we get that pitch. If you’ve ever received news that puts you in a state of shock, you know how it feels to be left wondering how you can possible handle what was just thrown your way…

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10 Ways To Save Your Marriage After a Child Dies No Comments

When a child dies, most parents assume their marriage will be in jeopardy because they have read that 90% of marriages fail after the death of a child. A recent survey has proven this supposed fact to be a myth. From the survey it was found that only 16 % divorce and only 4 % said it was because of the death and the fact that there were problems in the marriage before the child died. The untimely death of a child can be an opportunity for growth to bring the two people closer together…

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