Helping others through Grief
Helping others through Grief Questions
Friday, 11 September 2020 - 12:29
I’m worried about my mum. She’s had a horrible life the last 15 years and has seriously neglected her health. My dad left her for another woman when I was 8 and my sister was 1. My sister was diagnosed with severe mental and physical disabilities. My sister required 24hr care and mum gave up her...
Thursday, 3 September 2020 - 22:46
How would you tell your four year old that grandma may not be with us for much longer. My mother in-law has inoperable lung cancer an has been having chemotherapy, she now has one of those Morphin sticks to help her feel comfortable when in pain. How ten year old understands but how do I prepare or...
Thursday, 2 April 2020 - 16:28
Please help, I'd like to buy my sister and brother-in-law a plant or shrub or something in memory of their 3 little ones they lost last year. This will be replace buying Easter eggs So wanting something symbolic but special
Helping others through Grief Blog Posts
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 25/09/2014 - 09:05.
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'...
Submitted by The Imperfect Mum on Sat, 24/11/2012 - 02:34.
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...