5 Tips to Help Your Grief Triggers.

Your grief is unique to you. There are no rules, and there is no “appropriate time” to mourn your loss. Every person I’ve worked with experiences their own range of emotions differently. Working with somebody will help you to navigate your way through, and...

Tips & Resources to Help Grieving Children.

According to the Childhood Bereavement Network, "it's estimated that in 2015, 23,600 parents died in the UK, leaving dependent children (23,200 in 2014). That's one parent every 22 minutes". I know, right? It’s important we listen and hold space for...

How I really feel about turning 40.

Turning 40 is a mixed bag of emotions for me. There are many who have sought to improve my experience by saying things like “I wish I was 40 again” and “40 is nothing – you’re still young”. But the reality is that I don’t require cheering up because...

Coping With Grief During Autumn.

Grief can be heightened or re-awakened as the year comes to a close. Whether your loss is recent or years have passed, autumn can be a difficult time for people with depression, or those grieving the death of a loved one. Weather and seasons can have a...

Soothing Grief With The Sounds Of Healing.

Grief is such a multi-layered beast that can evolve and change from one moment to the next, and if you’re looking for a definitive answer when it comes to healing or releasing it, there just isn’t one. Grief is very unique and it’s a personal process for...

How Do You Eat When You’re Grieving?

Food and Mood. Grief affects people in different ways - whether we're talking about bereavement, redundancy or the breakdown of a relationship. Feeling down and anxious following a loss can affect our eating habits, which in turn can affect our mood. Some...