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Grieving The Loss Of A Child On Father’s Day

 

Fathers on Father's Day can also be reminded not only the loss of a father but also of a child.  If you wish to learn how to become a certified grief and bereavement counselor then please review

Fathers on Father’s Day can also be reminded not only the loss of a father but also of a child. If you wish to learn how to become a certified grief and bereavement counselor then please review

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.

American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight:

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.

If you are interested in learning how to become a certified grief and bereavement counselor, then please review the program.  The program welcomes a variety of qualified professionals ranging from social work to ministry and health care to counseling.  We also welcome academics with the appropriate social science degrees.  Especially in counseling, psychology, or healthcare.

If you feel this certification would enhance your career and that it matches your academic and professional needs, then please do not hesitate to contact us.

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