Parents Never Know What To Do
by Trish J
I'm so sorry for your loss. We as parents never know what to do where our children are concerned. Although it doesn't ease the pain at all please know that your son is in God's caring arms. I worked as an OB nurse when early on in my nursing career. I would hold the newborns and wonder what God had in store for each one. God's plan was for your son to be with you for 20 short years. It's hard for us to understand why he takes such good people so young. He will be forever young and loving for you. The pain is overwhelming some days but we just do the best we can. I'm 7 months into losing my beloved husband and still am having too many days where I'm not doing so good.
Grief is a rough journey. We grieve so hard because we loved the person so much. We miss their physical presence. We just want to be able to hug them and tell them we love them one more time. They know we love them. They're watching over us. We will see them again some day. I hope you find comfort in your beautiful memories of your wonderful son. Always remember......he would want nothing but happiness for you in this life. Try to smile for him. The tears will come. The sad days will come and that's OK.