Child loss is a heartbreaking journey for parents who are left behind. When a child dies, a part of the hearts of every bereaved parent goes with a precious child into eternity. No parent, ever, wishes to survive their own child. Forever Namaste is a raw and personal account of a mother's private journey through the first two years after child loss from pulmonary embolisms.
For parents who have lost a child, the journey forward is often a lonely path. Culturally, many believe child loss is something a parent will eventually overcome or recover from. Child loss is not an addiction or disease. It is the most horrific earthly journey a parent could travel – a journey which concludes only with a bereaved parent’s death and reunion with a precious child. Future joy after child loss has to be slowly and soulfully integrated with great sorrow. Grief does become softer, even hauntingly beautiful, as parents awaken to make conscious and deliberate efforts to find love, light, truth, hope, and grace in the after-death part of earthly life.
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About the Author
Darla Hutson is an educator, homeschool/childcare teacher of 33 years, a mom to 5 surviving children, and a bereaved mom to one extraordinary young woman. She is owner of The Preschool Toolbox and editor of The Preschool Toolbox Blog (a grief section has been added for those interested in reading more about child loss). Darla lives with her husband and youngest surviving son. She is surrounded by a large, loving family, including her adult children and grandchildren, who carry love and light forward even after death.