15th July 2018

Sensitive and Helpful Things to Say to a Grieving Person

When someone close to you is dealing with grief, it is often very trying to be there for them and have the ‘right’ things to say, […]
5th July 2018

How Travelling Can Heal Grief

When coping with the loss of a loved one, it can be difficult to imagine any ‘solution’ that can help you mend your soul, without neglecting […]
13th June 2018

How to Nurture Gratitude Every Day

Grief and gratitude tend to go hand in hand, as we suffer loss and realise the beauty that often goes unnoticed around us. If you are […]
11th June 2018
Organising a Funeral Beautifully Does Not Have to Be Stressful

Organising a Funeral Beautifully and Easily

When a loved one has passed away, the emotions and thoughts alone are overwhelming. The added task of organising a funeral can seem insurmountable without any […]
30th May 2018

Losing a Pet: What No One Tells You

Not many people truly understand the sorrow of losing a pet. Grief knows no boundary when it comes to species and the number of legs your […]
9th May 2018

Alleviating Grief Through Self-Care

After a traumatic event or loss, you may feel lost, permanently exhausted and without hope, as anyone would. These symptoms of grief end up taking a […]
3rd April 2018

Recognising Prolonged Grief Disorder

Grief is an unfortunate, though ‘normal’ part of life – it is inevitable that we will all live through the passing of a loved one. Grief […]
9th March 2018

5 Outrageous Funerals from around the World: Setting the memorial service apart

Whilst funerals are significant events, they need not be impersonal or flat. There are ways to make the service standout, be it through personalisation, extravagance or […]
14th February 2018

7 Inspirational Quotes About Life and Death

Mark Twain, the world-famous adventurer and author, speaks here about how we often forget to appreciate the mere fact that we’re alive and that the world […]