A father struggles to help his son remember a pet brought much happiness to a family before the sorrow of its passing.
Parents must take many variables into account when explaining a local or world tragedy to children so they don’t frighten young ones.
The “parenting during war” lesson I’m trying to teach our four little children is that what you believe in is worth fighting for.
Sometimes we need to take a Dark Day to feel the feelings we are afraid or ashamed to show and experience in everyday living.
What’s the best way for coping with the death of a pet, be it furry, feathered, or finned? Tips to help you on grieve, mourn and heal.
When you bear witness to a pet’s death, you grieve alone but mourn together. But what if your kids aren’t on board with the plan?