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Surviving Father's Day Without Dad

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Surviving Father's Day Without Dad

The death of a father can be one of the hardest losses to bear. Finding a way to honour your dad on Father’s Day, or other special dates, can help you cope with your feelings and make you feel closer to him.

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Dying Well... Meeting the End of Life with Calm

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Dying Well... Meeting the End of Life with Calm

Is it possible to just ‘be’ when someone dies? The expected kind of death, one that doesn’t hide its impending arrival, can be a chance to meet the end of life with a different approach, according to The Dying Well Initiative.

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Pet Bereavement... Saying Farewell to a Faithful Friend

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Pet Bereavement... Saying Farewell to a Faithful Friend

Saying goodbye to a much-loved pet can be surprisingly hard and the emptiness can feel all consuming. As grief therapist Dipti Tait says "“Pet grief can be a profound and unique experience."

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The Importance of Self-Care When You're Grieving

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The Importance of Self-Care When You're Grieving

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.

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Young Widowhood... I Didn't Know How to be a Widow

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Young Widowhood... I Didn't Know How to be a Widow

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...

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