Thursday, August 15, 2013


Losing a child to death brings a myriad of emotions ...      

all complicated ... all different ... all difficult.

Silent Grief speaks today about ... advice ...

Other people love to give advice to those grieving the loss of a child. They tell us how long to grieve, they tell us how to grieve, they tell us when to get moving again, they tell us how to build a new life, etc. The problem with all of this is, there is no magic formula of "one size fits all" when it comes to child loss. Everybody grieves the loss of his/her child in their own personal way. And, there is no right or wrong way to grieve.

Others need to respect that fact and know that we're doing the very best we can under circumstances that are the most difficult anyone will endure. To be a friend to someone who is grieving the loss of a child simply means "being there and offering a listening ear."

God bless all who do just that -- stand by our sides and listen!

Father, Yahweh, I pray today for Silent Grief, and all who have lost a child. or a grandchild.  I pray that You will hold them as close to Your heart as You hold the child they love and lost.

Father, bless them today.

xtnyoda, shalomed



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