LAVALETTE, W.Va. — Some things are difficult to handle no matter how long we have been on this earth. Death is one of them.
When Brock Bybee, 12, and his little brother Chase Bybee, 9, lost their grandmother in February, Chase Bybee said he thought it was his fault because they had been fighting.
“When we went to go see her on her funeral bed, it was terrible,” he said. “Everybody was crying. It was kind of hard not to cry.”
The Bybee brothers then lost their uncle in May. Those two losses in their life lead them to Camp Good Grief, a day camp offered by Hospice of Huntington to help teach children how to handle their grief. This is the 22nd year the free camp has been offered to children ages 8-16. The camp took place at Beech Fork State Park…