This area is all about sharing. I’ve received countless comments from readers of my blog about how helpful they have found reading another mother’s experience of child loss – and it’s not just people who’ve lost children – I’ve heard from widows, siblings and adults having lost a parent. To read another mourner’s story can be immensely comforting, but mostly it’s about reading another experience to which you can relate, to know you’re not alone.
If you’re looking for help at any stage in your grief, I hope to offer you useful advice here as well as point you in the direction of people and organisations who might be able to help. It’s a work in progress so do please keep coming back. Also, if there is something you’d like advice with – for example, planning a funeral for your child, dealing with media interest, or how to remember your loved ones on special days – please feel free to drop me an email using the form below. I will always respond to your message.
Sharing your story?
If you already blog about your loss and would like to link up, I’d be happy to share it with my readers. Grief is easier to deal with when we feel that we’re not alone, and I know I have taken comfort reading other people’s stories. Or you may not even be a blogger but you still have written a special letter, prayer or poem to your lost child. I’d love to share your words so simply message me below.