This Mother’s Day we want to talk about the Mothers of still born children. We discuss how still born grief can develop and how the parents of the children can work through their loss.
Aujourd’hui, nous discutons d’une des formes de deuil les moins connues – le Trouble du Deuil Compliqué.
Couvrant les signes et les traitements possibles.
Bereavement is often an extremely lonely and isolating time, and when you add that to the pandemic, it can feel worse because of the stress and anxiety that is felt worldwide. Read our new Grieving during a pandemic guide for advice and help.
Grieving is a deeply personal experience, but how do different cultures grieve and has the grief process been westernised?
Collective loss and anticipatory loss are both key factors in our lives due to the affects of COVID. For those experiencing loss during this time, it is important to recognise these forms of losses and to know what to do next.
We discuss how two of the emotional responses loss caused through long term illness can be recognised and overcome, through simple, key triggers.
La crisis silenciosa que afecta a los hombres en todo el mundo y el impacto de los estereotipos de género arraigados.
Happiness and enjoyment after losing a loved one is often viewed as taboo, due to our preconceived perceptions of loss and mourning leading to high levels of anxiety. Find out more about this here!
Every year data is telling us that more lives are being lost via suicide due to racist bullying and discrimination. Racism no longer takes the form of extreme attacks. Instead its existing through microaggressions and subtle behaviours.
COVID-19 doesn’t just exist in the UK, Germany or the US, it also exists in refugee camps and war-torn areas. Aid organisations are pleading for help as the risk of a second wave spread through these areas reaches an all time high.