Helping others through Grief

Helping others through Grief


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My best friend has just had a stillbirth at 36 weeks. I am so heartbroken for her. I don’t know what to say or do
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What would you do? Edit: So I gave my employer the letter, the employee is now on S**cide watch. I’m not any less conflicted about the situation but now there are even higher risks at stake. I’ve told my employer I’ll consider the matter resolved for the immediate future until we can work out how...
Trigger warning ⚠️ child loss Hello beautiful women! On March 4th 2019 the unimaginable happened to us. We lost our beautiful daughter Ivy-Winter. She was born sleeping. We were lucky enough to have been able to use a cuddle cot which meant we could keep our daughter right by our side the whole...

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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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