Assisting a parent who is grieving the loss of a spouse

Published Date 8/11/2012
Category: Loss And Grieving



Assisting a parent who is grieving the loss of a spouse

Watching your parents grow old together can be sweet - after all, if they've been together for years, a long marriage is something worth recognizing and celebrating. However, there will come a time when one of your parents is ready to pass on. Whether it's your father or mother, this leaves the other parent spouseless and in a bout of grief.

As the child, it can be difficult to see one of your parents go through this time in his or her life. However, there are a few things to keep in mind as he or she experiences the grieving process.

First, HelpGuide.org states that it's important to remember that everyone grieves differently, and there is no set timetable. Your mother or father may be upset for months or years following the death of his or her spouse.

Next, try to be there for your parent by listening. Often, individuals need an outlet for their grief, and you can help by being there during this difficult time.

Finally, speak to your gifted psychic medium to get in touch with the deceased once the grieving process ends. Psychic phone readings can connect you with loved ones who have passed on.
 

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