Just as with any death and loss of a child, you are likely to experience some of the more common symptoms of grief — you may go into shock or even deny that your baby has died. Depression, anger, frustration and other painful emotions are normal and to be expected.
Specifically, parents who experienced the death of a child would be more likely than would no bereaved parents to report depressive symptoms, poor psychological well-being, health problems, limited social participation, marital disruption, and limited occupational success.
Most women say there is no greater pain than to lose a child, I say there is no greater pain than to bury them.
“The death of a child is considered the single worst stressor a person can go through. Parents and fathers specifically feel responsible for the child’s well-being. So when they lose a child, they’re not just losing a person they loved. They’re also losing the years of promise they had looked forward
“Rest in peace my son. I appreciate the six days we had. We love you so much and I guess God loved you more💔”, these are words shared by Dakalo Ndandule after losing his son. It is not clear what the cause of his baby’s death is…
Rest in peace my son i appriciate the six days we had, we love you so much en i guess God loved you more💔💔 pic.twitter.com/DW4ORlBXNT
— Dakalo (@DakaloNdandule1) March 3, 2021