Yesterday evening a friend of my son drowned while fishing at a local spillway. He was 13. As I lay in bed trying to sleep early Saturday morning I wonder how will this sad tragedy affect how I raise my son from now on. Will I become overprotective and not let him do anything out of fear? Will I let him do just about anything he want because you only live once and who knows when his time is up? I choose to continue to raise my son exactly as I have been with the same rules and privileges as before, though in my heart some things may be a little harder, a little more fearful at times. For the immediate future my goal is to help my son process this loss.
Parenting after a lossPosted by Katrab in Personal - June 22, 2013, 3:22 pm
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