Here, we share some common feelings, questions and answers related to bereavement, loss and grief. Q: “I felt pebble-dashed by grief. There was no rhyme or reason to its movement; I could be bawling my eyes out and then ten minutes later, laughing at Six Feet Under on the telly. The adverts would come on […]
You might feel inclined to protect a child or young person from death but honesty is best so if there’s a chance to prepare them, do. If there’s an impending death in the household or family, a child will quickly pick up something’s going on and silence or denial is not helpful – it’s just […]
Nicky Whichelow of GreenAcres Woodland Burials shares some tips to help with grief and loss. “We meet families and friends every day who are coming to terms with loss. With that in mind, we thought we would give you an insight into what families that we have spoken to, valued most highly during their bereavement. And to make it a bit easier to understand, we have turned this into a list of tips.
Creative Grief Coaching When: 4 month programme runs throughout the year Where: online Web: Creative Grief Coaching Kara Jones and Cath Duncan lead this 12-module, 4-month programme. It’s been developed from their personal experiences of learning to live wholeheartedly after loss, as well as over 20 years of collective practice as helping professionals. Cath and Kara will […]