By Rutherford G. Montgomery
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Be patient with yourself and with the children as the days and weeks go by. These things take time. Try to look after yourself and to find a little time away from sad things. It is important for everyone to know that somehow life can go on and that it is ok to enjoy yourself. The way forward 37 • Try not to feel guilty if some happiness finds its way into your life. The people who have put this book together hope it does, and wish you well. For you and the children In the darkness there is a star, or a light, or a candle, or the moon.
If you decide that they shouldn’t, then discuss alternatives, such as having time together with the children later and remembering the person who has died in a way that is special for the children. Seeing the dead body can be a very important part of helping children and teenagers to understand what has happened. • If the children are old enough, make sure that they are consulted regarding what they would prefer to do. Make sure that the choice about whether to see the body or not is a real choice, and that if the children wish to do this, they are given proper support (see the following paragraphs).
If you sense that the children have changed in some way, or are unwell, then they may be struggling to cope with their feelings and thoughts relating to the person who has died, and the effect that this death has had on them. • Remember that all these reactions are normal and understandable. • Be patient with yourself and with the children as the days and weeks go by. These things take time. Try to look after yourself and to find a little time away from sad things. It is important for everyone to know that somehow life can go on and that it is ok to enjoy yourself.