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The loss of a Mum or of a child has a rippling effect and it is always a family affair. Expressing what you feel and sharing it with the family is healing. You are not burdening them. They too feel sad and upset and human beings feel..

February 15, 2018

The author’s inspiration came partly from the loss of her own husband, and in the context of Jung’s ‘wounded healer’ archetype, I feel that other readers will be touched by this self-disclosure.

January 26, 2018

One of our initial acknowledgements was that grief affects everyone in different ways. We found ourselves on discrete islands within the space, our worlds polarised as were our methods of managing loss. Any performance that we were to create had to reflect these two va...

November 11, 2017

One of my biggest crisis while a client and therapist occurred when I was diagnosed with cancer in 2012. You don't need to have been affected by cancer, indeed any health-related crisis, to know how a crisis can change us, short-term or long-term. It will affect ou...

August 21, 2017

But the parents I knew shared a strong desire to make the small life that had been lost remembered and matter; to make sure their child was held in mind sometimes..