The article, “Grieving the Loss of a Child On Father’s Day” by Greg Laurie states
“We all have a course marked out for us and a race to run to the finish. We don’t know how long this race is going to be; we never know when our lives will end. So we need to be ready, and we need to run our race well.”
There is a lot of stress on the loss of a father for Father’s Day but there is also a reciprocal pain; the loss of a child. Grief Counseling sometimes is important for fathers who have loss a child especially as Father’s Day reminds them of their fatherhood.
This type of grieving can be very painful to a parent in general. These days remind them of their fatherhood or motherhood. On such days, fathers should prepare themselves mentally and try to commemorate the loss in a constructive way. The pain will be always be there but grieving in a healthy fashion instead of a destructive way is critical to adaptation to the pain and loss.
Our prays go out to such parents and we can never imagine the pain and suffering of this loss.
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