Your parent is gone. You may or may not live in the same home that you did before he/she died. Does being in the same house make things easier or do you find yourself walking into a room and expecting to see your mom or dad there, alive and part of your life again? If you’ve moved to a new house, how do you keep the memories of your lost parent alive? Here is my perspective on this…
You’ve lost a parent and are dealing with the sadness and grief that comes with death. But what happens when your other parent starts dating and eventually gets remarried? How do you deal with this?
Considering buying a dog after the loss of a parent can be a good way to start to get through your struggle. They can be found at shelters, humane societies, or breeders, and if you choose the right one, he or she can be your friend for a long time.
How should one expect to feel around the holiday time? Is it appropriate to use rituals that you used to do with the deceased?
Whenever I’m with some of my younger siblings they act as if nothing has happened; it makes it seem like they don’t care even though I know they do. Why are they acting this way?
Sometimes I feel that I am just sitting and watching my surviving parent mourn; whenever I try to help he just wipes away his tears and tries to be strong. How can I help–watching him just make me feel sad and useless?