I think everyday for the whole year is not good. Lizzy, you need to do something to help your cousin indeed, either suggest him/her to see a psychologist or you have discussion with your whole family. Losing a mother is a great lost, but crying everyday seems too much. He/she needs to learn to let her go and turn back to his/her life. Someone needs to talk to him/her everyday too. maybe you can start telling that his/her mother would be sad there in heaven seeing her kid crying everyday...
Yes. I lost my dad over two years ago and me and my siblings cry every single day. Its a good way to let your emotions and feelings out. I have a friend who lost her granpa almost eight years ago, and she cries non stop about him. Just try to comfort your cousin by telling him/her that its going to be ok. If you try to understand what your cousin is going through it will be easier for you to help.
Well, yes because loosing someone who is so close to you isn't easy. It takes a lot of courage to forget someone who was always there for you and stuff. Think about it, put yourself into her shoes and for a minute think about how you would feel if you mum had passed away last year, It would be pretey much hard to cope with. So all you can do is comfort her.
It's normal for her to be sad yes but she probably shouldn't be crying every single day. I lost my dad so I know how hard it is but that seems like she's not being able to cope with her loss and might even be on the road towards depression. She may need to find a counselor or therapist so she has someone to talk to.
Not extremely for a year. If this is extreme, please get a counselor that deals in grief counseling as soon as you can.But crying every day for a year means that he could be stuck in a stage of grief and can't somehow get over that hurdle, which means counseling is in order.
yh it is, mothers are the most important women in most ppls lives, they raise us, feed us, are there fro us, id say i depend on mine, we grow a bond between a motehr and child like no other and when they pass away it can be the most significant part of our lives
I lost my dad when I was only ten. And I still cry until today when I miss him... I know how it feels. I am sorry for your cousin and hope everything is all right.
I agree with Erin. It is definitely normal to be sad, but it sounds like she is having difficulties dealing with it and needs help.
Yes, it takes time...alot of time to get over a death. And this is her mum...She was probably close with her.
its probably only twice a week though and thanks:)