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.
For World Mental Health Day, we discuss one of the less well-know forms of grief – Complicated Grief Disorder. Covering the signs and possible treatments.
Trigger warning: Contains themes of heart attacks and parental death. Read the true story of one woman’s grief journey after her father’s death.
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!
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.