Losing a loved one

When is it okay to move on after a partner dies?

How do you know when the time is right?

Mum is so clingy after losing dad

Counsellor offers advice on how to cope with a clingy parent after bereavement.

Avoid saying the wrong thing to someone grieving

No one wants to say the wrong thing to a person in grief, but we often do.

A mother’s love – the umbilical cord that is never cut

The umbilical cord that is never cut.

How to cope socially when a loved one dies

Social situations as a one, when you have long been a two, can be very confronting.

Jane’s mission is to get us talking about dying

The death of Jane's husband prompted a radical move.

Dealing with a child’s grief

If someone is old enough to love then they are old enough to grieve.

How to tackle the touchy subject of dying

Death can be a touchy subject for some, but one that we shouldn't be afraid to talk about.

Remembering a loved one

A permanent memorial to a loved one is important to the grieving process.

Losing a parent

Our parents are almost always the people with whom we have our very first relationship.

Losing a life-long partner

The death of a life-long partner is one of the most traumatic experiences you can ever have.



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