Monthly archives for February, 2016

Interview with Dr Linda Machin

We at BereavementUK are privileged to share with you an interview with Dr Linda Machin. Linda is a pioneer in bereavement theory in the 21st century, having devised the Adult Attitude to Grief scale and the Range of Response to Loss model, which has helped countless health care professionals understand grief better, and countless bereaved […]

Visit : Citizens Advice on Bereavement Benefits UK

This is a really good informative website, Citizens Advice offer information on all aspects of benefits and bereavement  follow this link http://www.bereavement.co.uk/Media-Centre/wp-login.php The main page is applicable for residents in England but also carries a area change bar so that you can see how benefits apply to you in your location

Read : The Guardian Life Style and Bereavement Pages by c...

http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/bereavement These articles /shared stories  can be read by  clicking  or copy and paste the link above and visit the guardian lifestyle and bereavement pages  Mason Timmins: parents of boy who died of meningitis release final images What shall I do with the sympathy cards people sent when my baby died? I’m grieving the loss […]

That Dragon, Cancer: the video game that takes death seri...

That Dragon, Cancer: the video game that takes death seriously

The Observer That Dragon, Cancer: the video game that takes death seriously A grieving father’s heartbreaking memorial for his son demonstrates that the genre can be about more than entertainment That Dragon, Cancer takes you on a journey of hope. Photograph: Numinous Games Andy Robertson Video games have long enjoyed making entertainment out of conflict, […]

Watch Read : I Had a Black Dog Called Depression by Ma...

One in four women and one in six men will suffer from depression at least once in their life. Few are immune. It was the greatly admired Winston Churchill, a depression sufferer for much of his life, who nicknamed this human condition “Black Dog.” Living with a Black Dog is perhaps the most useful book […]

Read : February Article for FST Alex James

Read : February Article  for FST  Alex James

 At Your Service Alex James Offers her support and advice for funeral directors in Funeral Service Times  This month I’d like explore Service, what good service means and how we each have our own expectations and standards as do our clientèle. Working with people who are in stressful situations may mean that they are vulnerable […]

BBC Tribute to Sir Terry Wogan

BBC Tribute  to Sir Terry Wogan

Sir Terry Wogan: Condolence books open for broadcaster Books of condolence have opened for Sir Terry Wogan, as his breakfast show successor Chris Evans paid tribute on air to “radio’s Eric Morecambe”. The veteran broadcaster died of cancer on Sunday at the age of 77. The books, in Sir Terry’s birthplace of Limerick, will allow […]

Listen : Public Grief :Tania and Alex share thier though...

Listen : Public Grief  :Tania and Alex share thier thoughts

Grieving , how we grieve is a personal thing , unique to each of us. Listen in to hear Alex and Tania sharing thier thoughts about public grief.  Tania and Alex offer their deepest condolences to anyone who is experiencing a bereavement at this time. Please take care and if you do want to gt […]