Hi I lost my mum in Jan 2012 and my dad in April 2014 and I am emotionally struggling because I have lost them in such a short space of time the reason i am asking this is because i am grief counselling to help me deal with my parents loss but is there help and advice on this because i cannot get my head around the fact that i have lost my parents in a short space of time.

All that is going on in my head is lost mum in 2012 and dad in 2014 and i do not know how to get my head around this at all any help or advice will be very much appreciated.

Hope to hear from you soon about this discussion.

Sonya McKnight.   

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I truly do understand your grief;  I miss my parents so much.  My Dad was like my best friend and my mother was like my sister.  I love them both so much; in fact - I just lost my mother in September - and one day I went to reach  for the phone to call my mother - just to realize that she was not there.   The pain never goes away - however, I try to focus on the many beautiful memories of both of my parents.  I have kept a lot of their personal items.  I wear my Dad's jacket with pride and my mother room has been left untouched.  I carry their love in my heart everyday and speak of the many words of wisdom given to me by them on a daily basis.  I love the fact that I honored them as directed by our Heavenly Father. 

Know this, your love for your parents will always live in your heart and cherish the fact that you were a loving daughter - you must cherish that - you are the love that has extended from your parents back to you.  I love the fact that you loved your parents.  Do not love for the void to completely disappear - for their love will always be in your heart. (Ephesians 6:1,2)



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