I am terribly sorry to hear of your sorrow. I don't think a person ever gets over the loss of a child no matter how old they are. Parents raise their children and expect their children to out-live them. When this doesn't happen it is a terrible shock. Although the pain will subside (the memories never will) you will survive. You need time to go through the grieving process and then you need grief counseling provided for parents who have lost children (even at birth.) They are extremely helpful, and you will be introduced to other parents going through the same thing you and your husband (boyfriend) are going through. Many of these couples become good friends, because the 4 know exactly how each other feels. I lost twin sons 3 days after birth. I didn't realize it, but I was walking around like a zombie for a full year. I went to work and did things as normal, but in a robotic fashion. It got to the point I ran out of tears. I felt I had been the one that had caused the problem (I wasn't) and I felt like a part of me had been ripped away. It took time, but the hurt went away and every day I remember my two sons and with my faith know I'll see them one day, but now isn't the time as I have much work to be done. I don't know in what fashion you lost your child, but, if it was due to a disease, caused by drunk driving (even by someone else) drugs, suicide, then it helps to volunteer in that area so you can help other young people in the name of your son. If you lost your child at birth you could take courses in order to counsel parents who do lose their babys. By volunteering in the sector you feel is good for you, you are carrying on your child's name. For now, give yourself time to grieve. We all march to a different drummer when it comes to grieving. I hope you will consider grief counseling because it does help and you are helped by people who know how much you hurt inside. Good luck hon Marcy
they grieve for the loss of a child
Child death or loss of a body part
Child death or loss of a body part
They will need family counseling to deal with the loss.
the loss of leaves help a plant survive winter becuase the plant doesnt have to lose and give water much more
If it doesn't die from infection or blood loss. Yes, it can survive.
The only child to survive was Mary. Later Mary I
his previous child did not survive past birth
Weight loss should never be the concern of a child, but the parents. Children that are pressured about weight loss tend to develop an unhealthy self image and may lead to eating disorders.
A child can have weight loss if they are not receiving the right amount of food. Every child deserves to eat three balanced meals each day.
It can be loss of companionship, a parent, a child, a spouse, or loss of a parent's, spouse's or child's ability to provide for someone else like a parent, child or spouse. Step-family relationships count. In the case of spouses, it can also mean loss of intimacy and physical enjoyment of another.
It is unknown how, but they are surely lucky.
The only child of Catherine of Aragon (1485 - 1536), the first wife of Henry VIII (1491 - 1547), to survive to adulthood, was Mary (1516 - 1558), later Mary I.
yes. The operation of transgender shows that men can and do survive without the parts they were born with. Men are known to have survived the tragic loss of their genitalia, but after enduring such a loss, many of the survivors take their own lives, according to statistics.
a child who loses 1 pint of blood is in extreme danger.
For the employer, it's cheap. For the child, it brings income without which some families might not survive.
After research- a child can probably survive with no food no longer than 20 hours. Anyway that's a creepy question- starving a child is terrible and they will hate you even if you dont give them food for more than two hours.
Alternative NamesChild death - resources; Resources - loss of a childInformationThe following organizations are good resources for information on the loss of a child:The Compassionate Friends - www.compassionatefriends.orgBereaved Parents of the USA - www.bereavedparentsusa.org
A child finds out Santa isn't real.
Not many sources : I asked kony
with no food or water 3 days
He loved Danae, and Perseus was his child.