Helping others through Grief

Helping others through Grief


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Hi All... I would love some opinions if possible please. Earlier this year my brother in law passed away from cancer. He and his wife were inseparable & had been together since teenagers. I was thinking of getting my SIL a memorial pendant. (A necklace that can be filled with ashes). My BIL was...
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What can I do? Trigger Warning My partner recently discovered his family member had committed suicide. None of his family were there to witness this. I was present but didn’t see much as my partner sent me away as soon as he saw. We have just got to a good spot after having a baby and dealing with...
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Hi Village, last year my Mum (64) was diagnosed with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis. She has lost a lot of weight and finds difficulty in simple tasks. She's in the hospital at the minute, my sister found her unresponsive, she had a severe lung infection. My daughter (8 years old) loves her...

Helping others through Grief Blog Posts

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By fellow Imperfect Mum: Marie Kenyon My beautiful husband, Russ, tragically lost his life on June 4th, 2014. He was my world, my very best friend. I am a better person for having had him in my life, even if it was for only the shortest time. Funny, when we married only 6 weeks prior to his passing, (together 6 years) I thought to myself, "Wow, 6 years, it feels like a lifetime." But now that he'...
The image above is quite a confronting image for me as it looks exactly like my son’s feet. This is not a photo of him, I have lots of photo’s, I do wish I had one like this though. Don’t say NOTHING - Please don’t pretend it has happened and say nothing.. Just say - ”I’m sorry for your loss” or ”I’m here if you” Don’t say - ”It’s better that way” or “It’s natures way” or refer to the baby as an...
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