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Loss and Sadness

There is little as devastating as the death of a parent.

Today, Moshe Borowski, our Director of Crisis Intervention has the daunting task of preparing young children for the burial of their late father. The sense of sadness is overwhelming but two of the children have said that they want to speak briefly at the funeral. This is a big step in processing the loss and beginning a healthy grieving process.
Moshe will continue to be available after the funeral to comfort the children and provide emotional support and counseling.
The Chai4ever relationship carries families through diagnosis, crisis, illness and bereavement.

Posted by chai4ever on January 21, 2015

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