Helping others through Grief

Helping others through Grief


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Anonymous
A bit of tricky question (and I know I’ll probably get some nasty comments but there is a whole back story to my relationship that hasn’t been nice for me). My Nan sadly passed away the other day, we have to travel 9+ hours for the funeral, my partner was complaining about the trip before she...
Anonymous
I won’t lie, I am absolutely ridiculous when it comes to giving emotional support! I need some tips to say the right thing. I have a work colleague who lost a son and it is the anniversary of the child’s death today. Something a little more then… I’m sorry.
Anonymous
Hi loves. In December my mother (62) was diagnosed with breast cancer. It’s spread pretty much all over and we’re focusing on quality of life and enjoying what we have left. I am my mums carer - she is still living alone and can manage day to day house things/ personal care. But she relies on me...

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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