Finding Comfort


 

Mother and daughter cuddling, eyes closed You might not be able to take the hurt away. And it’s all right to let your child know that you don’t have all the answers. But being honest, listening to, and validating feelings, and even relying on your cultural and religious beliefs, can provide children with the reassurance they need.

  • Addressing Concerns
    It is normal to have many different kinds of feelings when a parent dies. Recognize common challenges associated with grief and know how and when to respond.
  • Supporting Each Other
    Supporting the unique needs of each family member is crucial. Learn how to provide that support.
  • Coping With Change
    Your family is addressing enormous changes, which may include new responsibilities, new obstacles, and even new opportunities. Explore ideas for helping your family adapt.
 

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