Vilomah is another word for parents who have lost a child. It tries to explain why this process is the hardest one that can happen to someone in life due to the fact that it doesn't follow a natural cycle of life and death.

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7 Steps of a grieving process

*It's important to remember that these steps don't go strictly in the mentioned direction, especially steps from 3 to 6. It may also happen that you come back to the previous step in your grieving process - be gentle with yourself and have patience. We know it's not easy, but that's why we are here - to try to help you make this process as easier as it can be, although we know how hard it is and what a burden it brings.

Download our free e-book including 7 steps of grief explained in detail. It will help you to track and understand the grieving process in an easier manner and at any moment needed.
This e-book may serve you like a guidance too, or use it as an explainer to help others understand what you feel and what you are going through in any phase.

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