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My father died suddenly of a heart attack exactly 14 days ago. I still remember, clear as day, how he called me about an hour before his passing, telling
Recommendations and reviews by experts of the best books on grief and bereavement for all different types of loss.
Wondering whether you need bereavement counseling? Find out here and where to get help.
Whether you are sending memorial trees for loved ones to plant or buying a tree yourself we bring you the best choices.
This book addresses grief in a very real manner....the author writes from the viewpoint of a therapist and from her experience of witnessing her fiance's
I am 40 years old and have been with my husband for 14 years. We have 2 children and had an amazing life together filled with fun, travel & adventure -
I lost my father completely out of the blue three months ago. He was 76, but a very youthful 76 yr old. Earlier in the year he went trekking in India by
Most grief myths are perpetuated by those who haven't yet lost anyone important in their lives yet. We explore the most common of them and explain why they aren't true.
I need advice, mum passed in 2017 and then my dad in 2019. I am really struggling. Hiding it and getting angry easily, blocking people close to me and
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.
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.
Learn why everyone should read Joanne Cacciatore’s book, Bearing the Unbearable whether grieving or not. An invaluable addition to the grief literature.
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.
Alzheimer Spouse Grief starts when the loved one is still alive - how to cope and look after yourself as well as your loved one. . .
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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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.
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.
Our free downloadable and printable document "The 10 Most Important Things You Can Do To Survive Your Grief And Get On With Life" will help you to be positive day to day.
The 10 points are laid out like a poem on two pretty pages which you can pin on your fridge door to help you every day!
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