After the death of a child, many couples find it difficult to understand their spouse and the way they express their grief.

Reading a book together, or setting aside a time each day to talk about how each other is doing can be very revealing and therapeutic to the health of the marriage. Perhaps giving them time and space to process the loss in their own way and understanding that each person grieves differently may be the key to survival.

Chaplain Terry Morgan provides encouraging information for couples to consider as they attempt to live through their loss together.