(A post for those interested in Christian perspectives) It’s been a long cold winter in the UK. The frozen snow in our back garden just about melted in time for the Spring equinox, although the pond was still covered with a thin layer of ice the other morning and there are frozen heaps of snow…
Are you struggling to remember happy times? Is the sadness of your loved one’s passing overwhelming you? Here’s an idea about creating a memory board, but first a personal reflection on the day I started clearing out my books.
Reflections on the “tyranny of positive thinking” and facing the pain of life.
Making up your own mind about what is important to you is one of the challenges of living with loss.
A post dedicated to those who might be feeling confused and even overwhelmed as they struggle to the navigate the journey through grief following multiple losses. Recently I attended a general memorial service at a church. This was primarily for those who had lost a loved one in the past 2 years, although others…
A personal reflection on why living with loss through bereavement is not the same as other losses.
Inquests in England and Wales: What do they achieve? What are their limits? Practical information and some personal commentary.