No one should have to bury their child. A universal truth that will never be cliche. There is nothing worse than the death of your son or daughter. It haunts you forever.
I know from second-hand experience after my parents had to do just that when my sister died in an auto accident in her twenties. The Travoltas know first-hand. You can only try to cope. But how? What common lessons can be learned from such an unthinkable tragedy?