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Cruse Bereavement Care
We are a national charity providing support to children, young people and adults when someone they love dies
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Cruse Bereavement Care 4m
Are you supporting a friend who is grieving after the death of a loved one? Find out more about some of the simple things you can do to let them know you are there for them 💜  …
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Cruse Bereavement Care 2h
Today dozens of people around the UK will call our National Helpline for support after the death of a loved one. We need your help to ensure we can answer every call. You can do this by donating here:
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Cruse Bereavement Care 19h
"Grief does not change you, it reveals you". This weeks quote is from John Green, the author of the much loved book, The Fault In Our Stars. We are here if you would like support after the death of a loved one. Find out more here:
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Cruse Bereavement Care 20h
Replying to @JamesOlympics
Hi James, thanks for getting in contact with us. The National Helpline number is 0808 808 1677. The helpline is open until 17:00 today and reopens again at 09:30 tomorrow morning. I hope that helps, all the best.
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Cruse Bereavement Care 22h
Are you looking for a new challenge? We are looking for a volunteer with fundraising experience to join our team in as a Area Fundraiser. Find out more about this exciting role here:
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Cruse Bereavement Care 23h
Do you want to join 25,000 people and support bereaved people around the UK? The Asics London 10K in July is the most exciting run of the summer and we have a few spaces left on our team. Register by Jan. 31 to receive a discount! Find out more here:
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Cruse Bereavement Care Jan 21
Grief is very personal and affects everyone differently - if you would like to speak to trained bereavement volunteer about a bereavement, please call our amazing Helpline team on 0808 808 1677
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Cruse Bereavement Care Jan 20
To help you to improve your skills and know-how on the topic of Loss & Bereavement, we are offering a 15% discount on our training workshops running in February and March in and . Use the code NEWYEAR19 by Jan.31st! For more info visit
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Cruse Bereavement Care Jan 19
Shock, Pain, Anger, Guilt, Depression, Longing. The death of a loved one can incite these emotions and many more. If you are experiencing these emotions we have information that is designed to support you. Visit:
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Cruse Bereavement Care Jan 18
Have you been bereaved? Would you like to meet others in a similar situation for friendship and mutual support? Our project, More Than Words, is uniting people in 12 locations across the country including Leeds, Liverpool, and London. For more info visit:
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Cruse Bereavement Care Jan 18
"The old Julie is reasserting herself in my mind and she is a welcome arrival. The likes of her may never be seen again, but the memories, the love and the loss are real." opens up about her mother's death and how she is processing her grief
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Cruse Bereavement Care Jan 18
It can be difficult for children and young people to come to terms with the death of a loved one. Our website, Hope Again is a safe place for young people to go to learn how to cope with their grief and to feel less alone -
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Cruse Bereavement Care Jan 17
. in is looking for people that have experienced grief and are willing to share their experience in small groups to support a new theatre production! They're particularly keen to hear from people who have used outdoor activities to cope with their grief.
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Cruse Bereavement Care Jan 17
Do you work at a charity, housing association, county council or government department? We offer a variety of training workshops on loss and bereavement to suit you or your organisations needs. To see how we can help you visit:
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Cruse Bereavement Care Jan 17
This is a beautiful and touching poem about how grief never leaves someone, even after two years. Poem by @afterevalyn on IG
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Cruse Bereavement Care Jan 17
Paul from Derry got in contact with his local Cruse Bereavement Care service in May 2017 after his son, Frankie died when he was just three-weeks old in 2010. He says his bereavement supporter, Frances possibly saved his life. To read his story visit:
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Cruse Bereavement Care Jan 16
In this article Katie Hawkins-Gaar talks about the ways in which Facebook helped her through her bereavement and grief. She says Facebook groups were very important for her and mentions the Hot Young Widows Club.
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Cruse Bereavement Care Jan 16
A common emotion people who have been bereaved is loneliness. Our project in Northern Ireland, Beyond Words, seeks to combat this problem through 'friendship groups'. These groups are great way to meet other people who have been bereaved. For more visit:
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Cruse Bereavement Care Jan 16
This article from gives superb advice on how to speak with someone whose child has died. But it also applies to speaking to anyone who has been bereaved. "Maybe you want to love them through this, but no one taught you how to do that."
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Cruse Bereavement Care Jan 16
tip: "To help you take things one at a time try to stick to a schedule with structure"
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