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.
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.
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.
What does closure after loss mean and feel like? And how does closure come after we discover harsh truths about the person who has past? – A community story.
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.
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.
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.
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.