- Rita Avila once again stated her pledge of support for parents like her who have lost their child
- In an interview, she admitted that while everyone has a different approach to healing, one should be able to move on sooner or later
- Rita shared some advice on how to cope with loss, longing, and grief, which is all part of the process
After losing her baby back in 2006, Rita Avila has admitted that she has come a long way moving on from the traumatic experience. While it has been a tough road, she shared in an interview that every parent who had the same experience should let go of the hurt and try to move on.
In the show "Tonight with Arnold Clavio", Rita openly said that parents who are grieving on their loss may seem to be hard to understand, however, she reassured that it will get better.
"Masakit talaga ang mawalan ng mahal sa buhay, lalo't anak," she said. "Mas tanggap natin na mauuna yung mga (mas) matanda eh," Rita explained.
When asked for advice, Rita said she can't speak in behalf of every parent, because everyone of them is entitled for their own way of healing and coping.
After losing her baby, Rita has devoted her time talking to similarly-fated parents who are in the process of moving on from a traumatic experience. She has also authored many books that could be used by parents along the way.
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