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BreatheGrieveBelieve Jan 16
It takes courage to sit with a wounded soul, and do nothing but be there. Simply be there.
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Wendy Pratt Jan 18
It would be great if people could sign this petition and share it to raise awareness of the move to remove grave goods at Woodlands cemetery.
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Lucy Herd Jan 17
The Committee Stage of the Parental Bereavement Leave Bill starts today. Let’s hope they accept my input on extending the time period in which Bereavement Leave can be taken up to 52 weeks not within 4 weeks.
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Lucy Herd 40m
Sharing your stories and memories of your loved one can help keep their memory alive
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Toni Lepeska Jan 18
We laid my cousin to rest today. Flag-folding ceremonies are such tear-jerkers.
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Helen Chapman Jan 16
Disgusted by -Nero in your specialist team reduced me to tears with his vile attitude ‘I can’t be arsed what you do as it won’t effect my life’ & cuts me off. This attitude when trying to deal with a is vile.
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Cariad Lloyd Jan 19
One of the tougher + yet more incredible for it episodes has done. Please listen to the amazing telling her story of losing her baby at 5 months pregnant. ❤️
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Chris Jan 16
Off to the hospital to collect my mum's death certificate, then to the Registrar. Feels awful. But my mum did it for her husband and brother, now its my turn. Just get on with it.
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BreatheGrieveBelieve 37m
Even though we know it can happen - we never really think it will - until it does. The people we love and who love us back are the most precious thing we have.
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Melissa Woods Jan 16
My dad has been gone one day and I already feel like it’s been an eternity. I just miss him so much. Someone please tell me it gets easier. Hashtags to find support, not to be ironic.
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Teddy's Wish 7h
Most of us agree that is not talked about enough. Parents usually talk to their other children about the loss of a sibling, but should all school-aged children be made more aware in order to help reduce the taboo?
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Anthony Hibbs Jan 16
Found this lovely card to my late Mum today. really is an emotional rollercoaster. 😪
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BreatheGrieveBelieve 50m
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Elaine Kasket Jan 17
Please help and please RT: If you have found out about the death of someone close to you via social media, and you'd consider sharing your story for possible inclusion in my book, please message me. Photo by Becca Tapert on Unsplash
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Leeds SL Crisis Serv 8h
Living in and experiencing , grief or loss? Our friends over at have a new bereavement information and support section on their website which has some great resources to help.
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Beyond Bea Jan 17
Losing a baby doesn't mean you no longer have choices. Keep women and families empowered by offering them choices and options rather than making decisions for them. Making their own choices can reduce trauma in years to come
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Ian Leech Jan 18
If you're finding things difficult after a our Bereavement Help Point may be able to help. Situated across our catchment area we are at Pye Green Community Centre, Bradbury Lane every Thurs frm 5pm - 7pm.
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Hospice Foundation Jan 17
'When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure.' Unknown
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Vanessa Bailey Jan 8
“No one ever told me that grief felt so like fear.” ― C.S. Lewis, A Grief Observed
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Beyond Bea Jan 18
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