Since the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II we've seen an outpouring of collective grief. This sharing of feelings may sound terribly un-British, but it’s also very important.
When you are broken by the death of someone you love, finding time to look after yourself is essential. But it 's not always easy. Five women explain how they looked after themselves through the difficult early days of bereavement.
For such a humble little flower, forget-me-nots have a big place in our hearts and are often used as a symbol of remembrance. The subject of poems and legends, the forget-me-not’s cult status outweighs its diminutive size and simple beauty.
It sometimes feels like there are two types of widows in the world – the stooped old lady stereotype, and the kind that swish their glamorous cloaks around, Scottish Widows-style. At least that’s how Rosie Freeland felt...
After a loss people often talk about 'moving on'. But grief doesn’t have an end date, so how can we keep those who are still mourning in mind?