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BreatheGrieveBelieve Apr 20
When we love someone deeply we don't hide it. But when that person we love deeply dies - we are encouraged to "move on" and not display our emotions openly. I will never hide my grief in a closet.
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Helen Beatty Apr 19
5 months ago today my world fell apart. What I have found out: I'll never get over it. I'll never be the same. It will get worse before it better. Some people are not there in the bad times. Others are. Life is precious and shit and beautiful. I'll survive.
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SFAD Apr 20
We've created a small booklet which talks about stages of grief, losing someone who used substances and how to support someone through their bereavement. The booklet can be downloaded - please share widely.
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St Mary's Hospital Apr 20
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thoughtclimber Apr 17
“I write because I don’t know what I think until I read what I say.” –
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Every Day by the Lake Apr 16
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thoughtclimber Apr 13
Some never recover, especially when they've no one to speak to. If you know someone bereaved by suicide, encourage them to share their experience if they feel it would help. Or locate SoBS (Survivors of by ) in the UK. =
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Helen Ratcliffe Apr 20
It's nine months now. Why don't I feel better?
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Victoria Cloete 🌟 Apr 13
For 3 years after the death of my sister, my heart was drenched in wine. But no more self-destruction, it's time for change. 🌿
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mitsieming Apr 13
🎤 like living with a broken neck lawyer : you don't have a broken neck cc
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Healing in Nature Apr 18
Due to the weather we have extended our registration for our pilot project. Contact us at hnbereavementnetwork@gmail.com for more details
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Katie Apr 20
"I hate being sad in front of him because it's like he has this giant vault of sadness already and then he has to lock that all up just to take care of me." ,
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Scott Harmening Apr 20
When God is silent (written by my beautiful wife ), from earlier this week.
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CBUKScot Apr 18
Great to meet Janice and Joyce from yesterday. A great discussion surrounding improving bereavement provision for our children and young people
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Niamh Parker Apr 18
Sharing this very important piece of work by €15 for an amazing Charity so what next? Can’t wait for my copy!
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Bryn A Redding Apr 14
Technology meets when you give CPR to your outdated cell phone just to not lose the texts from your significant person who died suddenly.
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Jeremy Friedman Apr 20
Remembrance tonight for children who have passed from our gen peds family over the last years. Strong brave families. Sad but good to see friends return. Tears & smiles. Great job 7th floor. Privileged to do what we do
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Footprints For SANDS Apr 18
Such a great response so far with lots of raffle prizes donated and some advertising space sold. Please DM for more info!
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Ben Dench Apr 18
Grief blog, new entry: There are no borders in times of peace:
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Mark Liebenow Apr 18
Some people fear that if we even mention Death’s name, this will invite Death to come near.
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