Parenting through a terminal illness

Parenting through a terminal illnessIt is very difficult to speak to children about a loved one being diagnosed with a terminal illness. This booklet will give you some tips on how to approach it and how to best get them to a safer emotional space. Make sure to take...

Parenting after an immediate loss

Parenting after an immediate lossThe time immediately following the loss of your loved one is filled with a lot of different emotions. Knowing where to begin can be difficult, particularly if the death was unexpected. Use these tips to help you begin the conversation...

Parenting in the First 12 Months

Parenting in the First 12 MonthsThe funeral is done, your friends have gone back to their lives, and you realise that this life is what remains. Everything is different but you don’t know how to manage those changes? This booklet aims to give you some thoughts on how...

Parenting through Anniversaries

Parenting through AnniversariesCertain dates, such as the anniversary of the loss, the bereaved loved one’s birthday, or even holidays your child is used to sharing with their lost loved one may heighten your grief, as they are reminders of your loved one’s death....

Loss By Suicide

How to discuss loss by suicideGrief is a normal response to losing someone important to us. When someone dies by suicide, those bereaved often experience a very complicated form of grief caused by a combination of sudden shock, unanswered questions of ‘Why?’ and...