Talking about death

Thank you for sharing such an important part of grieving. I know when my mum died two years ago I could of done with CRUSE. I think what you mum is doing is a invaluable role and I can only imagine the drain it has on her but her training has given her the tools to help so many in the grieving process.

After Dark Sewing

Hello! I’ve been silent for 6 weeks and now I’m returning with a piece of writing about death. 😀 I wrote this as part of my journalism course; we’ve paired up with Kicking the Bucket, a festival due to be held in Oxfordshire later this year, all about death, living and dying. This post is going to be published on their blog soon, too! I hope it gives you an insight into what support is available if and when you need it.

Lovely sewing blog followers: I am constantly sewing, and don’t have a lot of time to read & write… I will really try to share something with you ASAP!! Time has flown!  🙂

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Cruse Bereavement Care is a charity that supports you after the death of a loved one, and helps you deal with grief. It offers support in a variety of ways: telephone, email, face-to-face, and group support. There is also specialist support available for…

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