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Helping a Grieving Parent

Motherhood and fatherhood are the most precious and lovely things on the earth for parents. When they lost their child their grief is unfathomable. It becomes very difficult to cope who have lost their children. Here we are providing some helpful tips that you can apply and help the parents overcome their grief.

1. Show Up & Listen
People fear they will say the wrong thing or make the grieving person cry. Simply showing up and listening is required. 

2. Offer Help
Assist grieving parents such as yard work, cooking or baking, taking out the garbage, grocery shopping, etc.

3. Plan For A Religious Trip
Religious visits give people a chance to withdraw all their grief. It helps the person restart his life with positive energy.

4. Plan Some Activities
The activities could be reading a poem, lighting a candle, praying, releasing balloons, planting a tree or potted plant, among other things.

5. Share Your Grief 
Sharing your grief can help parents to overcome the trauma and tragedy they have been dealing with. Sharing lessons from the sadness.

6. Talk About Coping Strategy
Offer a grieving parent motive or holy book. Talk about your personal belief and philosophy to live happily. It can work as a coping strategy

Stonebridge Academy Preschool at McKinney, Texas

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