Honoring the Life After The Loss Of a Child

Child Protection

One of the most emotionally challenging experiences that a person can face is the loss of a child. The laws of nature hold that, in most cases, a child will naturally outlive their parents. So, when the reverse happens, it can leave the parents emotionally devastated. Because losing a child is not the norm, a parent who has suffered such a loss may find themselves wondering why they were among the unlucky few to be dealt such a severe blow. This can lead to years of internal turmoil that can affect every other aspect of their lives. Relationships between partners, and even with their other children, are often negatively affected by the tension resulting from the loss of a child.

Parents universally say that when their child died, a part of them died with the child. A child is a symbol of hope and the future, and losing that child could represent a loss of those hopes and dreams. While the experience of pain and loss is universal, transcending culture and class, the grieving process is still very unique to the individual.

Makers and sellers of different memorial options know that losing a child means that this client is suffering unlike any of their other customers. Because losing a child is normally an unexpected event, memorial professionals realize, and appreciate that explaining memorial traditions and customs will often require more patience and detail than usual.

Manufacturers of memorial options also understand that losing a child requires the most special of care and products. Memorial options usually include special lines of caskets and urns specially designed for children. These products are, of course, smaller than traditional memorial products and are usually designed with happy scenes to capture the innocence of the childhood that was never meant to be.

The death of a child is one of the most grievous and trying events parents will ever go through, but human resilience is also powerful. While nothing can completely heal the pain of losing a child. Honoring their memory can be one of the most therapeutic and healthy things that the parents of the lost child can do.

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About Ferland Manuel

Dr, Manuel Ferland is health care specialist,