dealing with the lost of my grandson.

by teresa olearnick
(garland,tx usa)

i lost my 18 month old grandson in feb,25 2010. he died in his crib, i also heve a 7yrs old grandson who is really taking it hard. he is very mean now, doesn't listen to mom at all. never crys about his brother,i have tried lots of things. any ideas will be great.
thank you

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Nov 01, 2011
so sorry
by: Anonymous

I lost my son 15 months ago and its been tough. It sounds like your grandson could benefit from some therapy. Ask his school counselor if they can recommend someone. Also, if you have a compassionate friends group near you they are a wonderful resource. I go to my local meetings every month and they keep me sane since my son died. I wish you the best.

Nov 01, 2011
Dear Teresa
by: Geoffrey Campbell

There is nothing, nothing that works like prayer, and I don't mean the prayer that has no backbone behind it, but prayer that is earnest and just won't let go. We had a crippled woman who came to the clinic I was working at, that was completely healed through prayer, and it was the most amazing thing, even the doctors were amazed.
But God takes special delight in Grandmothers who bring their problems to Him, He's not only good at fixin those problems, but shows us just how to give Him a hand. Our little one got so mean, (he was only seven) his Mom had to come to the school as he was bullying and beating other kids. But none of the counseling worked, but you know what did work dear Teresa? You got it, prayer! But none of that one minute mumbling prayer, but we got down on our knees, pleading with the Lord, and in about one months time the change in little Stephen was nothing but a miracle! We even claimed the promises, such as "Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he shall not depart from it" (Proverbs) God loves you dear Teresa, and He's waitin for you even now, His ear is open. Remember, as it written "ye have not because ye ask not." Therefor Teresa, go ahead... ask. You have a friend in Scranton Pennsylvania, USA

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