Written by:Sasha Javadpour - Founder|Director|Psychotherapist-Hirsch Therapy Pte. Ltd. | January 20, 2020
Parents tend to be our primary caretakers. They were the first people to take care of us and protect us. Their loss may feel like a sudden exposure to the elements. This can evoke feelings of fear and uncertainty. This article will explore these feelings and provide suggestions to help you better manage the loss of a parent.
Written by:Sasha Javadpour - Founder|Director|Psychotherapist-Hirsch Therapy Pte. Ltd. | March 04, 2021
Talking to a child about death and grief is a big concern for many caregivers, and many tend to avoid it as much as possible out of fear and concern. However, by being open and honest with our own emotions and our communication, we can teach our children that it is alright to do so as well. When this is coupled with love, patience, and reassurances, we can help our children learn about death and grief in a healthier and more beneficial way.