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.
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?
This month we are celebrating some of the best podcasts about life, death and grief which are making an impact by opening up conversations about this important subject.
There is nothing like a handwritten card to tell someone you are thinking about them. In a world of emails and text messages, the act of choosing a card, putting pen to paper and taking a trip to the post box is enough to let them know they are in your thoughts.