How to Cope With the Death of a Granite
By Karina Pinto
There are no words that can explain the feeling is to
lose a child. A mother who has accompanied her children
to school each morning, he has taught table manners,
which has given him his first rattles and read stories
every night until he falls asleep, has a unique
connection with her son that nothing and no one can
remove. So how can a mother get over the death of a
Not only feel sorrow for the loss of our son, but also
the loss of our dreams and hopes for the future. Our
worst fears have been realized. We have failed in the
sacred duty to protect our son and it seems as if life
is not worth living. You are living a nightmare that no
one should have to pass. pain is the price you must pay
The first feeling that the mother usually lives is that
of shock. You will not believe, at the beginning and the
death of his son still young, he will never knock at the
door upon arrival from school or work, or would never
sit at the table for dinner with the family.
We do not believe what has happened will last
indefinitely, it will be longer or shorter depending on
the mother. Sooner or later come to absorb the news, as
is the case of the funeral. Probably this stage will
take longer to arrive, but eventually return to the life
we lived before.
The key to overcoming the death of a loved one is to
vent. Instead of stopping the tears let us express
ourselves, thinking we will not suffer this way is
therefore preferable to let all our feelings to express
who we are and what we feel. In this way the day will
come soon in which the mother can smile again.
Some say that suffering never goes, but we learn to live
with him. However, the pain comes to an end, and think
that we will never recover only prolong this period.
When we remember our son without that memory hurts us,
we know we are healed. But that day actually came, so
many memories go without guilt, without the pain that
takes your breath away.
Express Yourself. You can take advantage of today's
technologies, which allow you to interact with people
who do not know yet that we can read daily. In a blog
every day you can tell how you feel and how you'll feel
a little better every day, and your readers, who
probably also are mothers who are going through the same
as you, or even have already gone through this stage and
able to advise, demonstrate that you're not alone.