Dealing with the Loss of a Child

There's no tragedy in life like the death of a child

The loss of a child — no matter their age — is something you never get over and is often misunderstood by those who haven’t experienced it. Here you’ll find articles specific to dealing with the death of a child.
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We Would Have Died For You (The Journey of Bereaved Parents)

A heartfelt description of what it feels like to have and then lose a child.

The Club Nobody Wants to Belong To

The cost of admission to this club is at an impossible price.

Grieving a Future I’ll Never Have

Coming to terms with not being able to watch your child grow.

Forever Four?

Dealing with your child’s birthday after their death.

The Challenges of Raising Children After the Death of a Child

A look at what it’s like raising your surviving children.

Why I Hate Mother’s Day (Thoughts from a Mother Who Lost a Child)

For any mother who has lost a child, Mother’s Day is one of sadness.

A Letter to My Living Children for Mother’s Day

A mother’s reflection on how her relationship with her living children has changed.

Do They Even Remember Your Name?

What’s in a name? Everything. Especially when it is never mentioned anymore.

The Wound Time Won’t Heal

Can time really heal all wounds? No. Not this wound. Not in this lifetime.

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Dedication

This website was inspired by the memory of Margareta Sol Kubitz in hopes of helping others work through the pain of grief.