Grieving Jam and Bread

By |2023-06-16T22:31:44+01:00April 13, 2018|Counsellors Online Blog|

Even jam and bread can trigger our grieving for a loved one. If like me you're grieving right now and you're a member of a Facebook nostalgia groups, often from where we grew up, you know the type, they post images and memories from our childhood haunts, often a lot of laughs and often real silly stuff too. [...]

Child Bereavement and Loss

By |2023-06-16T22:36:10+01:00September 9, 2014|Counsellors Online Blog|

Child bereavement and loss Child bereavement and loss is probably the most hurtful loss there is and most of us can't escape it. Whether our loss was a grandparent early in our lives or a parent, later in life , when we're an adult, or even if the loss is outside of these norms, the numbing, motivation sapping effects of [...]

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Those we love are never forgotten

By |2023-06-16T22:37:25+01:00February 12, 2014|Real People - Real Stories|

A lit up candle light for a grief moment. I want to share my grief in the hope that I can finally get some closure and find a peace so I do. I live in Belfast and I have struggled with the loss of my son almost 25 years ago, in what was described as a sectarian killing, I don't [...]

‘Life – What’s it all about’

By |2023-06-16T22:37:26+01:00May 3, 2013|Counsellors Online Blog|

Connecting - The Meaning of Life For me life is about connecting, with other people and other living things, in my work as an online counsellor, but also in how I choose to live my life it's all about connecting and in some cases choosing not to connect, I try to connect with everyone I can, but I have learned [...]

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