Position, Promise & Practice (Audio Podcast)


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  9. This is a very informative pgarrom. I would recommend airing this another time. It’s very educational to grieving parents, it helps parents to still grieve, because as a parent you always will, but it helps to live with it. An example being the charity events in Tristan’s name. I would also recommend interviewing grandparents who have gone through a similar experience.I know as a parent/grandparent I found it to be very difficult in the sense that Who do you grieve for? Your child who lost their child? Yourself who lost a grandchild?I know I would be very intersted in hearing how another couple (grandparents) deal with their grief.Thank you.Linda