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Searching for Meaning in Life and Loss as the Parent of a Child With Down Syndrome

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Today is a day I prepare to attend another family’s memorial service for their youngest child. Sadly, this is not the first funeral for a child in my community.

In fact, it will not be the last time our community will grieve. This stark reality can make it seem impossible to carry on each day.

Your heart goes out to the family. You know whatever you try to do to help them that it will never be enough! Then, there is the good old “survivor’s guilt” that will hit you on your way out of the service.

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