Coping with Loneliness After Death

In my culture, after a person has passed away, we have a 3 day “open house” type event where people come to pay their respects to the family. Usually there is food, tea & coffee and lots of whispering. It is not intended for people to stay a long time, but some do.   When my […]

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The why behind Finding My Anchors…

If someone had asked me at the age of 20 what I wanted my life to look like by the age of 34, I would have said something along the lines of … ‘Married, with 2 or 3 kids, own my own home, successful career and world travelled.’Losing both of my parents would not have been one of things […]

Journalling and Grief: How can it help

When I first lost my mum, which was sudden and unexpected, I was an emotional wreak. I had never lost anyone important to me so the loss of my mum in one hit was more than I knew how to cope with.   At the time I thought I was coping ok … but  nothing seemed to keep my […]

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