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Marianne Oct 13
This culture sucks when you have people congratulating you for not getting upset. Quote “You did very well this evening I thought you might get upset” Umm and if I had?? Would I have failed your crap test of being an acceptable human!!! Bahh..
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Little Bear Dog 23h
Hey why is it so hard to contact you about an account holder bereavement? Can’t call as I need a p/word, can’t email as I need a login - all other utilities have teams, why don’t you?
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St. Joseph's Care Hospice Services, Inc. 6h
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Jennifer Fx Lugar Sep 25
Nine years ago today, my husband died by gun suicide. I talk a lot about that, but tonight I want to share how you can help someone who has just lost the person closest to them. We westerners are really terrible at dealing with death.
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Rachel Brimble 1h
Somehow, through the mist & fog of the one week anniversary, I’ve managed a critique & 1,000 words today. That’s it for the day, I think... 😔😔
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For the Love of Travel LLC 11h
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Sharon Marie BONES 👻 Sep 27
Heartbreaking conversation with my 4-year-old this evening, as he was looking at a photo of Ned. Cai: When will Ned's big hurt be fixed so that he can come home. I love Ned. I want to play monsters with him. Me: Ned can't come home... Cai: But why? 😢💔
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AnnieT 17h
When you're alone after years of being in a couple there's a lot to get used to. It takes time to build your new normal. Now the decisions are all yours. You can do this.
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HBBSCounselling 45m
- When we hit the headlines in 2015 because of a huge rise for demand in our services (something that continues today. We are currently fundraising again to support our growth)
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PAPYRUS Sep 26
Today we are atSuicide Bereavement UK's 8th International Conference. We are listening to the stories of those bereaved by suicide, including discussing life after bereavement
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Tammy Sep 8
Haven't worked for 10 yrs, I have been a full time carer to hubby. Now I have no purpose each day, I need to find something to do. I have made the first step and booked appointment at careers service next week. Wish me luck
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Elornen Sep 16
Woke early but stayed in bed. Kinda know what 'facing the day' is all about now.
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Lynne Borrowdale 19h
I knew would catch up with my immune system eventually . It's okay not to be okay, even Therapists need time out and rest. Listen to your body, it knows you best…
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Clark Howard Sep 16
Looking to on expensive funeral costs? Here's what to know about cremation...
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All Saints Branksome 8h
To have life in focus we must have death in our field of vision...so said a Bishop from Bereavement Journey Course
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St.JohnFisherRCC Oct 17
Good Grief Support Isn't Just a One Time Thing! This article from What's Your Grief explains why.
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Sarah Helton 21h
The nature of - all children grieve acamh CBNtweets SENexchange education
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North West Coast SCN 7h
We're looking for people to take part in evening workshops in November in to help inform service improvements for people bereaved by suicide. Please contact vickiwagstaff@nhs.net
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Place2Be Sep 5
Place2Be turns 24 years old this week – and with thousands of children struggling with problems from to , our support is more needed than ever. Help us help them:
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Martin House Hospice Sep 27
Light up a Life this season on our virtual memory tree. Make our tree sparkle with your dedications ⭐️Visit to find out more and make your dedication today.
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