As a result the death of a friend or sibling
or a father or mother when one is a child or teenager or young adult is more devestating than any other period of human history because
it is so unexpected
and we are so unprepared.
This site is built to help grieving people to grieve,
to be equiped ,
to adjust and resume life ,
after a period of grieving
and to offer support to those who feel alone, empty and abondoned.
- This site is dedicated to my late grandmother, whoes father died when she was only 10,
- to the young man whoes brother died when he was 16 and those who comforted his parents dismissed his needs as a grieving brother
- and the 25 year old whoes mother died and he was abondoned by his extended family.
Stages of grief:
- unexpected reactions
- being comforted
- still researching other stages