Following the sad news of the passing of HM Queen Elizabeth II, it’s fair to say, we will all have been touched by how the nation has come together to pay their respects and reflect.
Grief is an existential given - we will all have to go through bereavement of a friend, relative or pet at some point in our own life. Whilst grieving is a painful process for most
I thought I was handling the lock-down well, here in Spain we are already in our third week of full lock-down, only being allowed out to go to the supermarket or walk the dog, and
When we lose a loved one we go through tremendous amounts of emotional upheavals and our sense of balance is severely compromised. Finding ways that can help us cope with the sense of loss and
Bereavement affects people in different ways, there isn’t a right or a wrong way to feel, there aren’t any rules to follow. Powerful feelings will hit you out of the blue, you think you’re coping
Knowing what to say when someone you love loses someone they love can be incredibly hard. You want to say something profound and soothing, but all that comes out is, ‘I’m so sorry’. The