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Karen Sykes Dec 2
My two perfect and beautiful souls! I was so blessed to have such perfect people in my life. Look at their faces in 2015 Ian took his own life. In April this year Beth took her own life 💔
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Gail Read Undomesticated Goddess Dec 3
Grief is like a guest no one wants. It turns up uninvited & doesn’t leave. It becomes a part of you & your family. You learn to accept it but you wish you’d never met. Love & miss you Dan
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ourfavouritejar Dec 4
It’s Grief awareness week and I can’t think of any show that has depicted grief in such a way that it is completely relatable, I watched it and felt understood.
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C. Ossefort-Russell Dec 4
In honor of , I want to share a article I wrote advocating for grievers to have the need time, space, compassion, and understanding to grieve at their own pace and who feel abandoned by our societal messages just to hurry on up:
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The Mental Health & Wellbeing Show Dec 4
As part of , we're hoping to share some advice on ways to support someone suffering with and If a friend or loved one is experiencing a loss, here are a few ideas you can use to make them feel supported and not alone.
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John Birrell 14 Nov 18
Supporting Children’s Grief Awareness Week. Recommending The Little Book of Loss and The Smart Grief Guide Also Cruse Scotland’s Time with the Children at .
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Sue Morrish Dec 4
Dear Santa, ...please may I have some star wars Lego...and a pottery robin to go on my brother Sam's grave...
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Caroline Millington Dec 5
When I decided to write The Friendship Formula I couldn’t do so without a chapter on grief & the devastating loss felt when a friend dies. A grief often underestimated. The book is dedicated to my beautiful friend Katie Haines gone too soon. 💔
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andrew dotchin tssf (cis-he/him) 6 Feb 18
- here’s an idea. So much good support is being offered in bereavement care but the connections aren’t always made between hospital & GP, Funeral Director & church or community groups. How about planning to hold an event in
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NHS Dec 2
It's . Bereavement, grief and loss can cause many different symptoms and they affect people in different ways. There's no right or wrong way to feel.
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Wendy Lewis-Cordwell 16 Nov 16
Supporting 1 in 29 school age children in the UK have been bereaved of a parent or sibling 17-23rd November 16
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Mireille Hayden Dec 3
It’s . Let’s be open about it. It hurts. Let’s talk about it because when you talk to me about it, you’re not upsetting me, you’re not making me cry, you’re just making sure i don’t cry alone
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Elornen 🕷️ Dec 5
Nearly 20 months since my beloved MrC died after a short devastating illness. Grief comes as shock, fear, anxiety, loneliness, but there will always be love.
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HeatherG RM RN Dec 2
The most challenging part of my life was losing my favourite man. A year later the grief comes & goes, the pain is sometimes as immense as the first day, sometimes not so bad. Always in my heart. Trying to make him proud
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Bea Dec 4
We have experienced the burning sensation. Felt the ground slip away under our feet. But can we imagine the grief when 4 sons are killed? When a daughter is raped & drowned in the river? Or being older than the occupation, but having to prove ID?
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Dr TINA RAE Jan 5
Important to remember when friends and colleagues are suffering and bereaved. Thanks for the kindness and messages of support.
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KarinSieger Dec 5
How to cope with the loss of a soul mate? My podcast interview with author Maryanne Pope about becoming a young widow, coping with grief, others, yourself.
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CAM4animals Dec 4
- this article gives a valuable insight into how you could listen and talk with someone who is grieving
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Anne Pinkerton Dec 5
It’s in the UK, and — for lots of reasons — I’m feeling very grief aware. Sending love to anyone else out there feeling it.
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Juksey Dec 5
The inquest heard Miss Collier had been grieving over the death of her stepfather Graham. She had been getting counselling through the Royal Marines but was still drinking heavily at home.
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