Grief never completely goes away, but over time, it become easier to endure. It’s important for families to give themselves and their children permission to feel happy again. Be assured that the memory of a loved one will continue to live on in everyone’s hearts as the family moves forward.
You might try some of these ideas:
Sometimes a long illness might give families time to confront the possibility of death. Other times, the death of a loved one comes suddenly, as in the case of an accident or suicide. You’ll want to approach the situation differently depending on the circumstances.
Because of the threat of inclement weather, Parents in the Park has been rescheduled for Saturday, June 22. Tuscaloosa’s One Place (TOP) will celebrate local families with this free community event, Parents in the Park. From 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Parents in the Park will include bounce houses, train rides, food, and many interactive stations designed to engage the whole family. Festivities will take place at Annette Shelby Park, 1614 15th St.
Stephanie Barrett, a work-from-home mom of two in Cottondale, has a plan for working at home during the school term.
I once heard it said that parenting is about letting go each and every day of our lives. Children enter the world completely dependent upon us as parents. As they grow each day, they make more of their own decisions.