I thank Medhelp for allowing me to post I lost my daughter in 2001 in a car accident here in Arizona. Kelly Farley, founder of grievingdads.com and I have begun a NON-Partisan petition to Congress to extend the FMLA benefits to include loss of a child. Currently, jobs are not held for the grieiving parent nor is time excused. Since we started the petition 4 weeks ago, over 7000 Americans have sent letters to their representatives and we have held meetings with Sen.John Kyl as well as the House Minority Whip and others in Congress. I urge you to go to
I absolutly agree with this the employer want to give us three day of bearevement...who in the world can go back to work after the loss of a child that fast. It has been 3 wks since the loss of our infant daighter and it feels like it was yesterday, i still have days where i am a complete mess. it is undescribable.
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