Grieving the Death of an Adult Child

“If she were eight, everyone would understand my grief.  Why can’t they understand it now?  Even though she was forty-eight years old, she was still my daughter”

Other parents who have experienced the death of an adult child often echo Jean’s comment. They may feel a lack of support. Part of that may be due to sympathy and support is focused on other survivor’s—the adult child’s spouse or children. Part may occur simply because there is [READ MORE]