Coping With The Loss Of A Stillborn Birth Or SDS Child

By: Brian K. Daly
Thursday, July 14, 2022

Losing a child is terrible, and a couple that experiences this could become unsettled and profoundly unhappy. Moreover, overcoming this grief is difficult. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) or stillbirths can also be a significant shock, making it difficult for parents to accept their child's passing.

At Ocean County Cremation Service, we recognize that these emotions may come in surges and that you may feel sadness, guilt, fury, despair, and denial at different times.

The Most Effective Method Of Coping With a Stillborn Birth

You must allow yourself to grieve and feel all of these emotions if you are grieving the death of a newborn child. Additionally, it would be beneficial if you shared your feelings with your spouse, partner, or close friend. It is a difficult time, and communicating with someone who understands you might help you deal. It's a much more natural method of healing.

You might also consider having a memorial or funeral service to help you say your farewells and cope with your sadness. You will be able to accept your baby when you lay him or her in their final resting place. In addition, you can keep mementos such as a picture, a hand/footprint, or a piece of hair from your child.

Managing the loss of your stillborn baby is unquestionably distressing, but you will heal more quickly if you support your spouse and seek equivalent support for yourself. Healing will take time, but if you follow these guidelines, you will find it easier to cope with the great sadness you experience after the death of a child.

If you need more information or have questions about our funeral services, please contact Ocean County Cremation Service experts. We are here to assist in any way we can. You can contact us here.

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