Be Joyful

Foster Joy and Purpose

Grieving children choose joy even when they are raised by grief-stricken adults. When a child loses a loved one, they also lose the comforting illusion that adults can heal any hurt, answer any question or protect against any fear. They answer their own questions about the purpose of life and loss. They learn to create their own joy and to make every moment count. Many children intentionally utilize their experience to lead a purpose-driven life. While grieving children need to cope with trauma and loss, they also need to build up a sense of joy and purpose. We are here to foster joyful and purpose-driven lives.

Activities to Foster Joy and Purpose: