Parents have no choice but to go on after losing a child. Credit: Amazon.com
When a child dies, many parents, no doubt, want to die, too.That's not an option, of course -- especially when there are surviving children who still need...Grieving parents do not so much "recover" as "regenerate," says the author.
Jeff Beagley listens to testimony during his trial last month in Oregon City, Ore. Credit: Randy L. Rasmussen, Pool / APProsecutors argued that Jeff and Marci Beagley of Oregon refused to get their 16-year-old son traditional medical treatment. ...
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