I am truly sorry that you are going through this and there is nothing worse than losing a child because parents always expect their children will out-live them. The truth of the matter is, life will get better for you, but you'll never get over this loss 100%. I lost twin sons shortly after birth and there isn't a day that goes by that I don't think of them. It took me some time to get over the initial shock and grief of it all. I began to realize that perhaps God felt this child was very special and as cruel as it may seem to you there are reasons for such deaths. My husband 25 year old brother committed suicide which was terrible blow to the family, especially my husband's parents. The parents seem to blame themselves and wonder if they could do something different, but I believe destiny takes it's course whether we agree with it or not. Although his parents grieved constantly in a silent way there was still fun and laughter with family and friends. You have to reach out and make friends because there are a lot of nice people out there. There are grief counselors (groups as well) for parents who have lost children. It's a good idea to go there as you won't feel so alone. Just phone Mental Health in your area and they will help you. Please believe me when I say life will get better for you. Reach out and touch others and go to that group counseling. Hope this helps; "........ And Kisa Gotami had an only son, and he died. In her grief she carried the dead child to all her neighbors, asking them for medicine, and the people said: "She has lost her senses. The boy is dead. At length Kisa Gotami met a man who replied to her request: "I cannot give you medicine for your child, but I know a physician who can." The girl said: "Pray tell me, sir; who is it?" And the man replied: "Go to Sakyamuni, the Buddha." Kisa Gotami repaired to the Buddha and cried: "Lord and Master, give me the medicine that will cure my boy." The Buddha answered: "I want a handful of mustard-seed." And when the girl in her joy promised to procure it, the Buddha added: "The mustard-seed must be taken from a house where no one has lost a child, husband, parent, or friend." Poor Kisa Gotami now went from house to house, and the people pitied her and said: "Here is mustard-seed; take it!" But when she asked, "Did a son or daughter, a father or mother, die in your family?" they answered her: "Alas the living are few, but the dead are many. Do not remind us of our deepest grief." And there was no house but some beloved one had died in it. Kisa Gotami became weary and hopeless, and sat down at the wayside, watching the lights of the city, as they flickered up and were extinguished again. At last the darkness of the night reigned everywhere. And she considered the fate of men, that their lives flicker up and are extinguished. And she thought to herself: "How selfish am I in my grief! Death is common to all; yet in this valley of desolation there is a path that leads him to immortality who has surrendered all selfishness." Putting away the selfishness of her affection for her child, Kisa Gotami had the dead body buried in the forest. Returning to the Buddha, she took refuge in him and found comfort in the Dharma, which is a balm that will soothe all the pains of our troubled hearts. The Buddha said: "The life of mortals in this world is troubled and brief and combined with pain. For there is not any means by which those that have been born can avoid dying; after reaching old age there is death; of such a nature are living beings. As ripe fruits are early in danger of falling, so mortals when born are always in danger of death. As all earthen vessels made by the potter end in being broken, so is the life of mortals. Both young and adult, both those who are fools and those who are wise, all fall into the power of death; all are subject to death. "Of those who, overcome by death, depart from life, a father cannot save his son, nor kinsmen their relations. Mark I while relatives are looking on and lamenting deeply, one by one mortals are carried off, like an ox that is led to the slaughter. So the world is afflicted with death and decay, therefore the wise do not grieve, knowing the terms of the world. In whatever manner people think a thing will come to pass, it is often different when it happens, and great is the disappointment; see, such are the terms of the world. "Not from weeping nor from grieving will any one obtain peace of mind; on the contrary, his pain will be the greater and his body will suffer. He will make himself sick and pale, yet the dead are not saved by his lamentation. People pass away, and their fate after death will be according to their deeds. If a man live a hundred years, or even more, he will at last be separated from the company of his relatives, and leave the life of this world. He who seeks peace should draw out the arrow of lamentation, and complaint, and grief. He who has drawn out the arrow and has become composed will obtain peace of mind; he who has overcome all sorrow will become free from sorrow, and be blessed."
In ancient times - and especially in Egypt - people believed that after death the soul left the body, but had to be able to recognize it to return.
They always check with relatives first but if no one else can take care the state is what is left.
When a child eats a worm or bug the stomach acid will kill it and take the necessary vitamins and minerals and he/she will poop out what's left out like everything else.
Sadness as he remebers how lonely he was especially at Christmas when only he was left in the school and all others were with family
A child has to be 12 years old, to be left alone in their house.
There is a 26% chance that the child of two left-handed parents will be left-handed.
Next of kin shows up with copy of the death certificate and all ID. Make sure it is not left in the will to anyone else.
If fed nothing else and left to starve to death, only a few days to a week.
13 is the legal age for a child to be left alone in the US
Depending on the laws and child protective policies in your area, leaving a young child unsupervised may be considered neglect, especially if doing so places the child in danger. If you are concerned about a child who appears to be neglected or inadequately supervised, contact your local child protective services (CPS) agency.
The child can get lost or hurt.
It depends om your definition of "Child." My definition: "A child is from moment of conception through early adolescence." In this case, a child should never be left alone!
how old does a child have to be to be left at home by themselves in the UK
No child should be left at home until they are at least 14
Of course. "Bleeding out" is a fairly common cause of death especially in trauma patients. This is when so much blood is lost from a ruptured vessel that the body does not have enough left to pump oxygen to the brain and so death ensues.
It depends on the child.
It means no child will be abuses or abandoned.
the left kidney...the left being my left if i was looking at you
Texas does not have a law that specifies when a child can be left at home alone. This is left up to the parents to decide if their child is mature enough to handle being left alone.
Altusic is not a word in the English language. Perhaps you mean autistic? In which case the child should NOT be left alone with another child at any age.
tell him that there is someone else out there suffering a worse life out there then him. Other people in hospitals are on the verge of death and are about to leave their family and friends forever and they know that.
No child left behind! Like all government systems, is a pathetic failure. Sucessful government by humans, because of their inherrant ability to err, has always failed. Humans are totally lacking in logic. Thus things, especially children, keep slipping through the cracks.
to not leave a child behind