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An A-Z of Tips for Grief Recovery

Work your way through our A-Z of tips for recovering from grief and you will be well on your way to finding peace and a quality of life for yourself again. Grief expert Elizabeth Postle shares her 45 years of experience to help you on your grief journey.

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Best Ways to Gift Memorial Trees for Loved Ones

Whether you are sending memorial trees for loved ones to plant or buying a tree yourself we bring you the best choices.

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33 Inspirational Quotes on Grief and Loss

Gain solace from these memes of inspirational quotes on grief and loss or share with anyone you know who has lost a loved one. Good for sympathy cards or flowers too.

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Not coping well, think my mother died because of me

My mother's been gone 2 months now. I still say it can't be real, just can't be. She was 74 but sprightly, fun, loving, much younger than her age, and

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Memories of my dead aunt make me sleepless

I lost my aunt 3 months ago. She died of a sudden brain stroke. The hospital and funeral memories are now haunting me all day long. I can't sleep because

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No immediate family left

I lost my mum 13 years ago, but in the last year I lost my dad, a friend and my sister within 7 months. I’m feeling alone with no family. My sister was

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I feel so many emotions and I don't know what to do

Hi, I don't know how to start but here I go. On Valentine's day, I lost my ex boyfriend in a car accident. We had broken up a couple months prior and I

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Bereavement Leave - Does it need to be immediate

Both of my parents passed away within 10 days of each other - one on 12/22/2018 and the other 1/1/2019. My company has a 3 day bereavement policy for parents.

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Bearing the Unbearable -Joanne Cacciatore - Review by GriefandSympathy

Learn why everyone should read Joanne Cacciatore’s book, Bearing the Unbearable whether grieving or not. An invaluable addition to the grief literature.

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Grieving Mindfully - the Joanne Cacciatore Way

We share how new mindful ways of grieving can help you. Grieving mindfully has been proven to be highly effective even after years of traumatic grief.

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Do I Need Bereavement Counseling? - Your Questions Answered

Wondering whether you need bereavement counseling? Find out here and where to get help.

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7 Warning Signs You Have Alzheimer Spouse Grief

Alzheimer Spouse Grief starts when the loved one is still alive - how to cope and look after yourself as well as your loved one. . .

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10 Best Books on Grief and Bereavement for Everyone

Recommendations and reviews by experts of the best books on grief and bereavement for all different types of loss.

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I Will Always Love You by Melissa Lyons

It’s a beautifully written children’s book with wonderful illustrations. Though it is a children’s book the words are very comforting for adults as well.

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Famous Funeral Poems

We have put together a collection of the most famous funeral poems. Some have been read at the funerals of well-known people. Some have become popular over the years

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Get Private and Confidential Help in the Privacy of Your Own Home

Do you feel alone and sad with no support and no idea how to move forward?  It can be tough when you are stuck in grief to find the motivation to get the most out of your precious life. 

Online counseling can help by giving you that support so you don't feel so alone. You can have someone to talk to anytime you like, a kind and understanding person who will help you to find meaning in life again, to treasure the memories of your loved one without being overwhelmed and to enjoy your activities, family and friends again.

  • Simply fill out the online questionnaire and you will be assigned the expert grief counselor most suitable for you.  It only takes a few minutes and you don't even have to use your name.  
  • Pay an affordable FLAT FEE FOR UNLIMITED SESSIONS.  
  • Contact your counselor whenever you like by chat, messaging, video or phone. 
  • You can change counselor at any time if you wish.
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Heart Shaped Sterling Silver Pendant for Cremation Ashes, Engraved Forever Loved

Memorial Jewelry to Honour a Loved One

Check out our lovely range of memorial jewelry for any lost loved one.  Pendants, necklaces, rings or bracelets, we have them all in all kinds of styles.  Choose for yourself or buy as a sympathy gift. 

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Hypnosis for Grief - 10 Ways It Can Help You

Try a gentle hypnotherapy track to relax the mind. Learn how self-hypnosis can help you cope with grief at any time of the day or night.  

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