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Loss and Brevement The loss of someone close can be a very painful experience When someone passes over to the other side the people they leave behind are left grief-stricken The process they go through is called bereavement or another word people may use is called in mourning This all depends on what beliefs the bereaved may have on dying Different religions cope with mortality in different ways The Buddhist religion believes in recoronation life after death so when a person dies the Buddhists believe that the dearly departed will come back in another life form So what is the meaning of bereavement Bereavement is the emotion which everybody goes through one time or another in their life time When someone dies the bereaved will experience the stages of bereavement whether it is a death of a pet someone in their family or someone who is close A death of a son or daughter is very heartbreaking its one of the worst pain a parent could ever go through in his or her entire life Parents believe that they should out live their sons or daughters and when the child passes away before they do it comes as a big shock When a child dies the parents are forever picking up the pieces for a long time after the death As the years go by other people have less pain and appear to accept the death of the child where a parent will still feel the same hurt for the rest of their lives There is always a place missing in their hearts and it cannot be fulfilled by anyone These questions are still asked by the parents who have been bereaved through a child Did I really have the child I lost or was I dreaming Will all my memories start to deteriorate as time passes by Am I
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