Category Archives: Helping your family after a death

The value of strength vs vulnerability when you’ve lost a parent or someone you love

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Strength vs Vulnerability when you’ve lost a parent or someone you love If you read a statement like “being ok with being vulnerable is a strength, not a weakness” and cringe, gag, frown, huff, or some other show of contempt … Continue reading

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Questions I get asked: Why didn’t my brother call me to tell me our dad had died?

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Questions I get asked: Why didn’t my brother call me to tell me our dad had died? From today I’m adding something new into my blog.  I’ve gotten in the habit of writing every week on a Thursday about whatever … Continue reading

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‘The Absolute Basics of Looking After Yourself After Losing a Parent’ 101

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‘The Absolute Basics of Looking After Yourself After Losing a Parent’ 101 This also applies to losing anyone you love, or indeed taking any hard-hit from life or just feeling really, really (really, really) down or depressed. Believe me, I … Continue reading

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