Fuchs says she cried a lot. Led by Hope Edelman, author of Motherless Daughters: The Legacy of Loss , and a grief counselor, the retreat allowed Fuchs to reflect on losing her mom through writing and sharing exercises and spending time with other women who experienced the same loss. After a parent dies, Wolfson says children immediately feel that their world is unsafe, so families need to provide them with structure and assurances that their needs will be met. Wolfson speaks from years of personal and professional experience. Fuchs says there are still times when she wishes her mom were alive. In August , Fuchs went on a retreat for women who were 21 or younger when their mothers died. Childhood bereavement research also suggests that having a parent who died due to suicide, an accident, or another sudden cause may further increase the risk for major depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. Almost 35 percent had lost parents by the age of 15, and 45 percent by the time they were
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