Grieving the loss of a murdered parent - How to help a grieving spouse with death of father ?

When Is It Too Soon To Visit Someone Who Is Grieving ?        When someone we care about is grieving it is natural to want to find some way to ease their pain. But grief is a healing process that should be allowed to run its course.

We cannot stop the person from feeling the loss. However, there are many ways and condoling actions to show that you care enough to provide support and comfort to the person in pain.More...

 

Grieving Process For Fetal Demise

Grieving Process For Fetal Demise

The experience after a miscarriage, ectopic or pregnancy can be devastating for a couple. Some women miscarry early in their pregnancy while some others have a second trimester miscarriage. Pregnancy loss after 28 weeks can be more painful than a second trimester as it required the woman to deliver the dead or aborted fetus.More...

 

Bible Passages For Grieving

Bible Passages For Grieving

Many people turn towards the Bible to seek solace after the death of a near and dear one. They feel that the Bible is able to help them with the grieving process. This is because the Bible speaks solace in unique ways that other words cannot express. Here are some excerpts that comfort in times of grief from death.More...

 

Death And Grieving And Loss Of Brother

Death And Grieving And Loss Of Brother

Grief is a natural response to death of a loved one. Grief is a painful necessity as it is nature’s way of healing and overcoming a trauma. It manifests itself in many different ways depending on ones age, religious compulsions and earlier experiences with death. The same applies to the intensity of grief.More...

How To Help A Grieving Spouse With Death Of Father ?

How To Help A Grieving Spouse With Death Of Father

The loss of father is very painful and devastating. And when it is your spouse’s father it can be even more difficult as you have to watch a loved one traverse the trauma of grief. Loss and grief are extremely difficult emotions for those directly experiencing them. They can be even more confusing for spouses. While nothing can really undo the tragedy, your words and action can help your spouse cope and deal with it bravely.More...

 

World War Experiences Influence On Grieving

World War Experiences Influence On Grieving

Many war veterans describe bonds they have formed in their units to be the closest and most unified relationships ever. Experiences of deployment have further strengthened levels of mutual respect and trust and unit cohesiveness. In the conflict zone, the sudden severance of such attachments assumes many confusing forms.More...