Finding Happiness In Family
Death is an unavoidable part of life, so you will most likely lose a close friend or family member at one point in time. Unfortunately, the loss of a member of your immediate family can be incredibly overwhelming. Knowing what to do after you lose a child, sibling, parent, or spouse will not make the pain go away, but it can reduce the physical, financial, and emotional challenges associated with death.
If you have recently made the decision to give a child up for adoption, you likely had many good reasons for doing so. You might have not felt ready to be a parent due to your financial instability, your desire to have a career and be established before you took time off of work to have a baby, or the worries that you had about possibly being a single parent. You might have felt that abortion wasn't the right thing to do or found that you were too far along to have an abortion in the state in which you live.
At first glance, having a family looks like it would be nothing but cuddles, jokes, and fun times together. However, having kids and taking care of a household is incredibly challenging--as any parent knows. It can be grueling and difficult to get through a single day, much less to manage your own personal lifestyle while raising kids. I realized that it would take focus, patience, and education to find happiness in parenting, so I made this blog. I wanted to help other people to learn what they needed to in order to raise great kids. Check out this blog for more information.
Death is an unavoidable part of life, so you will …
If you have recently made the decision to give a c …