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Hands Up for Helping Families of Premature Babies

<a href="/blogs/2013/03/12/hands-up-for-helping-families-of-premature-babies">Hands Up for Helping Families of Premature Babies</a>

March is always a hard month for me; I try to stay busy and keep focused so that my mind doesn’t have time to spend on my own thoughts. On the 15th of March this year, it will be nine years since I saw my precious baby, Marcus. I feel weird calling it an anniversary; this word makes it sound like a celebration. To me, it will always be another year since I got to kiss, hold, cuddle, talk to, touch, dream of his life, and so much more. Read full article

Losing a Parent to Cancer and Finding a Place to Heal

<a href="/blogs/2012/10/15/losing-a-parent-to-cancer-and-finding-a-place-to-heal">Losing a Parent to Cancer and Finding a Place to Heal</a>

Maree’s husband, Allan, died earlier this year after battling brain cancer, throwing her world into turmoil and disrupting the lives of her two young daughters as they struggled to cope with the fear and devastation of losing their father, and the uncertainty this meant for their future. Read full article

Losing a Much Loved Pet - a Lesson in Love for Children

<a href="/blogs/catherinesim/2011/07/06/losing-a-much-loved-pet-a-lesson-in-love-for-children">Losing a Much Loved Pet - a Lesson in Love for Children</a>

Our children have always grown up with pets of some description ... Our longest survivor and most beloved pet was Loki, the Bernese Mountain Dog. Riddled with anxiety about storms, fireworks, water, feathers and tradespeople, she ruled our lives and loved us with joyous enthusiasm. It was with great sadness, (and some poignant relief because we’re about to renovate and the tradesman thing was going to be tricky) that we realised she was dying. Read full article

Monday 17 January 2011 Latest Parenting and Education News

<a href="/blogs/yvettevignando/2011/01/17/monday-17-january-2011-latest-parenting-and-education-news">Monday 17 January 2011 Latest Parenting and Education News</a>

Monday 17 January 2011 - Links to Latest Parenting and Education news: Queensland Floods Parenting Ideas ~ Childcare Worker Shortage ~ Children at Parents' Funeral ~ Teacher Training ~ Autism and Stress ~ Milk and Bowel Cancer ~ Benefits of Family Meals ~ Facebook Bullying Leads to Charge ~ Is Baby's Sleep Normal? Read full article

How To Help Children Cope with Grief and Death

<a href="/articles/how-to-help-children-cope-with-grief-and-death">How To Help Children Cope with Grief and Death</a>

Children are often the forgotten mourners when a family experiences the death of one of its members. The language of their grief is not always easy to see or hear and is frequently misunderstood. For this reason, they may not receive the attention they need to help them learn to live with the pain of loss. This article gives practical ideas for parents and carers to help children cope with death, the funeral and grief. Read full article