Dreading the holidays after losing a child is normal.
For families who’ve lost someone they love, the holidays can seem more like something to survive than to enjoy. We need a plan to help us get through what can be a very difficult time of year.
Many people have turned to music to share their stories. Here are 20 songs about abortion we’ve gathered from musicians who have been willing to share their experiences.
Learn how to deal with the grief that comes from the death of a loved one or from divorce. It includes the stages of grief and provides teens with ideas on how to walk through the process of grief after a loss.
Helping young children process grief is a challenging, but beautiful privilege.
In his final years, my father slipped into dementia and eventually struggled to remember even the simplest daily things. But he never forgot the power of the Holy Spirit working in his life.
We may never feel fully equipped to handle death, even as believers looking forward to our heavenly destination. However, like any other challenge, the end of life can be a beautiful, healing experience when entrusted to God.
Suicide has a devastating impact on families and finding hope and healing in Christ is essential for those reeling after a sudden loss. Rita Schulte and Jean Daly share about losing a loved one and how they processed their grief with others and sought help from the Lord to move forward in His strength.
When school shootings occur, our kids are likely to be afraid, mad, and confused. Remember that these are emotions created by God. They don’t need to be avoided, ignored, or silenced. However, as parents, we can direct our children towards the hope that God offers.
As a counselor, I’m often asked how to talk with kids about tragedies such as the latest school shooting. Here are some strategies I offer in my practice for intentional and effective conversations about tragedy.