‘What’s your grief?’ asked fathers to share their Father’s Day grief – their responses will resonate with bereaved dads at SLOW and beyond.
Mother’s Day can be particularly painful for bereaved mothers. Collective wisdom from bereaved mothers who understand the loss of a child.
Seven helpful tips on how to practice self-kindness from the blog ‘What’s Your Grief?’
The lovely Rob Delaney was interviewed by Russell Howard about his grief and his beautiful memories of Henry as he approaches his one-year anniversary.
Rob Delaney gives a truthful and powerful portrayal of his son’s illness and death in the Sunday Times
My arms no longer ache like those first hours, but they are still empty – I am a mother without a baby. Fiona Crack set out on a journey to meet other mothers who had experienced such a loss as her and the stories of five remarkable women are here.
Actor, Rob Delaney, lost his 2-year-old son, Henry, in January 2018. Here he writes honestly and poignantly about Henry’s illness and treatment.
“As you change your relationship with grief – by changing how you respond to, cope with, and conceptualize grief – you will likely also find hope and healing”
A survey carried out by SANDs has reported that ‘Two out of five parents who went back to work after their baby died said no-one talked to them about their loss’.
SLOW Patrons, Jason Watkins and Clara Francis talk to the Guardian about losing their daughter Maude, aged two and a half.