My sister has a cold. She told Mama. I guess she had to, to explain why she wasn’t going to visit for a couple of days because even if Mama didn’t catch it (which she wouldn’t because she’s never sick), we would hear about how she “thinks has a cold” for the next six weeks. 1,003 more words
Tags » Death & Dying
Holiday blues: Four mistakes we make when comforting friends who are struggling — Dying & Death Talk
We need to admit that sometimes we do not know what to say. For someone who recently had a loved one die wishing them ‘Happy Holidays’ might not be a good choice. 136 more words
The ICBN has developed Standards for Supporting Bereaved Children and Young People contained in this document.
The ICBN intends this document to be used by all adults, professionals, volunteer organisations and policy makers who are concerned about bereaved children. 52 more words
Giving permission to die – – the final gift — Loss, Grief, Bereavement and Life Transitions Resource Library
22 more words
Important information and something loved ones might not think of: giving permission to your family member or friend to die. If it was in the reverse, would you not want the same?