Losing a child is said to be the hardest of all pain. You lose a part of yourself and sometimes it feels as if you’ll never really be happy again. The grief can be so strong that it keeps you from living your life and even from really being present for your family. Moving on is one of those impossible things you know you need to do, but as a mother, you wonder if it’s possible. But there is hope. It is possible to move through your grief. You can soften the heartache, establish a new norm, and be alive and present again for your family.
Author Peggy Green has been through the loss of a child – not just once, but twice – and in Life after Child Loss, she shares her experience and insight so that you, too, can:
As a warning, this episode discusses suicide. If you are feeling vulnerable in this area, please consult with a doctor or mental health professional in your area. Or call one of the Suicide Prevention numbers below.
Distress Center – 24-hour crisis line 403-266 – HELP (4357)
Crisis Services Canada – text or call – 833-456-4566 or text 45645
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (in the US) : 1-800-273-8255
Click here to follow on Apple Podcasts. While there, please leave a 5-star rating and review; it would mean so much to me! Also, if you haven’t done so already, join the Hard Beautiful Journey community to connect with other like-minded people and visit the website.
I would love to connect with you on socials, so please give me a follow on:
Thanks for listening,