Should Parents Who Lost A Child Move Towards Adoption ?  

It is believed that the grief of bereaved parents is the most intense grief known to human kind. The grief of losing a child is not only painful but profoundly disorienting, as typically children are not supposed to die before their parents.

The parents who lose their children to death are forced to confront an extremely painful and stressful paradox. They are faced with a situation in which they not only have to deal both with the grief caused by their child's death but also with their inherent need to continue to live their own lives as fully as possible.

The most hurtful and tragic feeling for parents is the loss of their child, especially if it was their only child. It is very difficult from them to deal with the emptiness in their homes and the emptiness they feel in their hearts. Researchers say that the best move in such situation is to adopt a child. It can be very cathartic to these parents to love and support a less fortunate child.

There is no way that an adoptive child can be a replacement for the lost child, but this new child in their home takes away time for the parents to grieve and think about their loss. Although the new child brings in a lot of joy, it also might bring back sad memory of their lost child. The parents begin to feel a new sense of meaning in their lives, and gradually a pick up their lives and start life afresh. Adoption helps to create a positive atmosphere in their lives.

However, many parents do not seek adoption and continue to live with their feelings of loss. If the child lost was very young, the parents are more likely to adopt children in comparison to parents who have lost older children who were past the stage of adolescence, and did not need the attention of their parents as much in their lives.

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