Society puts a lot of pressure on grieving people to “move on”. It’s time that changed.
Synopsis The 4am Mystery: that’s an actual thing by the way. Even before a global health crisis took the shape of COVID-19, people around the world were finding themselves sleep deprived, awake in the middle of the night. You might be someone who says, no matter what you do, you just can’t sleep. Sometimes youContinue reading “New Book – Available to pre-order”
There are no stages of grief. Society would have you believe there are five – like gates – that you have to pass through before you ‘finish’ grieving: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. In fact, Elizabeth Kubler-Ross who is often attributed with saying there were, never actually said that. She wrote a book aboutContinue reading “It’s not you, it’s them – how society gets in the way of grief”
Many people worry about what to say (and what not to say) to someone who has been bereaved. Whether personally or professionally, at home or in the workplace, if you want to build your confidence around talking to the bereaved, this training may be for you. Courses can be tailored to suit your organisation andContinue reading “Grief Awareness Training”