How do i get my daughter to cope with a loss of a friend?

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  • How do i get my daughter to cope with a loss of a friend?


Answer #1 | 28/12 2013 20:47
She is grieving and everyone has different levels and stages and you can help her through this by keeping her busy, listening to her without shutting her down, loving her, and taking her to the Doctor to talk to him about her emotions. She is depressed probably and needs someone she can talk to. The Doctor will refer her to someone for her age group and stress. It may be not too long before she feels better and some joy returns.
Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 20:54
I was so depressed once i literally felt my spirit leavi.g my body...long story....anyhow...get a bible on cd...let it play day and night...low at night...the subconcious still hears....this will bring her out....get her out more...the more she stays in...the more she puts negative in her thoughts...u are very wise to keep close watch on her...u are an excellent night is when to fear her ending it all ...might want to give her ome herb tea to drink that helps sleep . email me if u need a
Answer #3 | 28/12 2013 21:01
Very sad story here. My sister has gone through a similar situation. I think the little things help a lot. Obviously trying to get her to meet more people would most likely make it worse right now. Just giving her things to stay strong and understand that you have to continue through the thick and thin. Going more places and keeping her mind off things is an option. Not the greatest advice here but this story made me want to respond with some type of help for you. Good luck

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