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The familiar design of family life is completely disrupted. While there are differences in the ways that children and parents grieve, there are also many similarities, and we touch on them first and then move to what is unique for children and parents. Illness and Death For the child the death of a parent is the worst loss. The child has lost the figure he or she depended upon for security in life, and the parent has lost his or her life companion. John Bowlby described four phases of the grief process: a period of numbing lasting for hours or weeks in which the person has taken in the fact of the death but has not registered it emotionally because the pain is so great; a period of protest and yearning in which the person refuses to accept the fact of the death and searches for the parent; a period of sadness and despair in which the reality of the death has sunk in emotionally and life without that person seems unbearable; and a period of reorganization of life to go on without that person.