Prince William opens up on losing mother Princess Diana – ‘Pain like no other pain’ https://www.express.co.uk/news/royal/1128719/princess-diana-news-prince-william-football-FA-Gareth-Southgate-mental-health-BBC The Duke of Cambridge has described losing his mother at a young age as “pain like no other pain” and how bereavement has brought
This Party’s Dead: Grief, Joy and Spilled Rum at the World’s Death Festivals https://unbound.com/books/deathtivals/ After finding her father-in-law dead a week after he died, Erica found herself flailing in a culture that doesn’t like to discuss death. Having lived in
“I Hope that if My Work Has Done Just One Thing, It Has Made Someone Feel Less Alone” – Jayde Perkin Talks about Exploring Loss and Grief on the Comics Page
Since 2016 Cariad Lloyd has hosted a podcast called ‘Griefcast’ which is a series of downloadable conversations Cariad has, mostly with fellow comedians, about dealing with the loss of a loved one. It has already won three awards: ‘Best Entertainment
Today we received several copies of “Mum’s Jumper”. A wonderful resource to help bereaved children in our area.
In this film, Dr Kevin Fong makes a personal journey through the moral questions about death that face not just the medical profession, but each and every one of us. The question of how we die is a question that
When she started knitting after her bereavement, Clare didn’t realise it would raise thousands for charity, win her awards and national recognition – and help her find love again. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-46595743/knitting-after-grief-leads-to-love
Joan Bakewell and her panel discuss death and dying, exploring the choices open to us and confronting the questions we fear the most. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09kgksn
Comedian and actor, Russell Brand has shared a video on his Twitter page about how he deals with his grief, the video can be watched here: https://twitter.com/rustyrockets/status/1067882824793907200.
Last Thursday, ITV Good Morning Britain launched its annual Christmas campaign called “One Million Minutes”. Cruse is one of three charities taking part in the campaign which encourages people to pledge their time to help people who are bereaved and