Latest Loss Articles
Grandparents’ Grief is Unique
‘My grief, unique to me, but oh how unfortunately common. I used to think about the legacy I was leaving my grandchildren when I died, what would they remember about me? I never thought I would ha...
Common Grief Reactions
“Grief is a tidal wave that overtakes you, smashes down upon you with unimaginable force, sweeps you up into its darkness, where you tumble and crash against unidentifiable surfaces, only to be thro...
In loving memory of Torah
In loving memory of Thomas
I fell pregnant with Thomas after one try learning of my pregnancy two days before I was to start a new job. It was a surprise and massive shock. I always told him he had inconvenient timing. I was so...
Fathers of Loss Support Series: Pete’s story
Fathers of Loss Support Series: Meet Pete, Pete cherishes his four children. Twin girls and two boys. His first children, twins, Skye and Angel, were born premature and slipped peacefully away.
Fathers of Loss Support Series: Paul’s story
Fathers of Loss Support Series: Meet Paul, loving father of five children. His second child, Bernadette, died from SIDS in 1988 at just seven and a half months old. Paul is a Musician, best know...
Father’s of Loss Support Series: Luke’s story
Fathers of Loss Support Series: Meet Luke, loving husband and father whose first born Son Koa was born premature at 21 weeks in November 2020 and didn’t surviv e
Fathers of Loss Support Series: Craig’s story
Fathers of Loss Support Series: Meet Craig Heatley, dedicated father of five children and Chairperson of Red Nose. Sadly, his eldest, Charlotte was stillborn at 35 weeks, and then son Cameron died...
Father of Loss Support Series: Michael’s story
Fathers of Loss Support Series: Meet Michael, dad of Hope who sadly passed away from SIDS in June 2020.
Have you eaten today?
During what was meant to be a quick check up on the way to lunch in Newtown, mother-to-be Nikki was instead told that her pregnancy was ectopic, and that she would be escorted directly to the emergenc...