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The Faith Middleton Show
Wed May 22, 2013
On Coping with the Death of a Child
“There are a few circumstances in life in which most people respond the same way, such as starvation. The emotional and psychological stance, as we'll as mental calculations, one takes to prevent starvation would all basically be the same.
“If your child dies, it's an assault on your life, and because of that there is a universal response — (and there are) some basic common elements to that response.” — Bruce Clements
Today, Bruce joins us for a live call-in show on coping with the death of a child.