Grieving for a stranger – The experience of one NHS healthcare professional through the pandemic. This blog is dedicated to all of the NHS staff who have lost their lives protecting us during this pandemic.
When a loss is felt we often want the whole world to stop. As the years pass we can worry that we are forgetting ‘parts’ of a loved one, here are some ways you can overcome this feeling.
Today marks the 30th anniversary of the International Day of Older Persons’. This year we are celebrating the many women in the older generation who have paved the way for health care.
Mourning the loss of a loved one can negatively impact our sleeping habits. Here are our top 5 tips on how to improve your sleeping schedule which grieving.
The 4 step guide you can use when approaching the topic of grief with friends and family.
Grieving the people we lost due to COVID reaches beyond our boarders and increases significantly as refugees and asylum seeks are housed in high risk contamination areas. Without sufficient aid these people face losing many of their family members and friends every day.
When experiencing grief after violence, the seven stages of loss can take different forms and affect our emotions in different and confusing ways. Here we talk through these stages together.
Grief after the loss of a loved one due to violence can be an incredibly isolating and traumatic experience, with no one truly understanding your loss. Thus we have outlined 5 ways this form of grief can be understood and processed, which can be used at any point in your grief journey.