Monthly archives for May, 2016

Read :Children and Bereavement

Read  :Children and Bereavement

  Being Seen and not heard. What about the children? The dilemma for many families who may be facing the death of a close loved one or for whom a loved one has died.  Should they involve the children and if so to what extent?  What information should be given and how? I recently visited […]

New charity fulfilling wishes for terminally ill

New charity fulfilling wishes for terminally ill

“We are asking everyone in the UK to pull together unite, join us and lets all be involved in helping the terminally ill to achieve something on their bucket list before they leave the planet. “   Why BFBL The Bucket List Charity ? A few years ago I was working in a palliative care […]

Bereavement theory made easy- an overview

Sometimes theory can be wordy or so academic that it feels inaccessable to the reader. Here, I give an overview of grief theory, that can hopefully help inform both the ordinary bereaved person and caring professional or supportive friend understand what may be of use or happening. Grief is a natural response to the death or […]