Posts by Alex James

Death of A Friend

Death of A Friend

Death of a close friend ‘can impact health for  up to four years BBC Report 13 May 2019    The research was carried out by Stirling University and Australian National University The death of a close friend can have an impact on health and wellbeing for up to four years, research has found. Academics also […]

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Never has training and discussion about death dying and b...

Never has training and discussion about death dying and bereavement been more necessary. Training Courses at Bereavement.co.uk  with Alex James

                                                         Hi  I want to tell you about our new training for individuals at our small venue here in Bedfordshire. For some time we’ve recieved emails from individuals […]

The Missing Peace

The Missing Peace

Former Tow Law man’s bereavement book dubbed ‘200-page cuddle’ A FATHER-OF-TWO on a mission to combat loneliness has written a bereavement book, described by one reviewer as a “200-page cuddle.” Rather than telling people how they should feel , The Missing Peace: Creating a Life After Death is a collection of emotional stories and experiences. […]

The Season To Be Jolly ?

The Season To Be Jolly ?

Christmas /The Season to be Jolly can be a very difficult time, especially some months after the death when friends and those not immediately close have begun to get on with life and may assume you and your family are doing the same. There’s only one way – Your Own  Some families try very hard […]

Russell Davison : My Wife, Our Journey , Her Death, Our L...

Russell Davison : My Wife, Our Journey , Her Death, Our Legacy

Russell and Wendy Davison had an incredible life journey together, They had known eachother since they were 12 and believe they are soulmates. Alex spoke to Russell who has given us permission to share his story here. My wife, Wendy Davison (pictured here )died surrounded by the immense love of her family and community on […]

Patricia Sarmiento shares some useful information

As many years as I’ve been in the health field, it’s never been easy to lose someone, whether personally or professionally. Although it’s something many people avoid talking about, death and the grief that follows it are unavoidable.   I was reminded of this recently after losing a lifelong friend who lost her battle with […]

Read :Nancy Borowick – Our story of Love and Loss.

Read :Nancy Borowick – Our story of Love and Loss.

The Family Imprint is an intimate story of my family, as my parents underwent parallel treatments for stage-four cancer. The story is about life and love more than cancer and death. In a sense, it reads and feels like a scrapbook–and is filled with decades of saved loved letters, keepsakes and other clues about our […]

Tribute to my friend Sam

Tribute to my friend  Sam

  In the early days of this website Sam Croxford Sadler was a regular writer, admin and helper. A qualified holistic therapist, Sam wrote regular articles for the website and was instrumental in the development of our monthly magazine. We, Sam and I were the first support service to offer a online magazine for the […]

When Bad Things Happen To Good People.

When Bad Things Happen To Good People.

Talking To Children About Traumatic Events. With today’s social media and ability to report live news as it happens to our TV screens, Mobiles and Pcs  it can be extremely difficult to prevent children from being exposed to scenes that can be traumatic ,disturbing and scary. So what can we say to our children to […]