Checking in with your expectations of the world around you. Do we expect for others to read our minds or are we communicating our needs clearly? And what that has to do with a motherless Mother's Day - read this month's blogpost to find out.
Grief doesn't have a timeline or an end date.
There's no right or wrong way to grief.
Being able to talk and share your grief experiences and feel that you are not alone doesn't take away your sadness but it can help to make the situation more bearable.
In 2012 my mum got diagnosed with cancer. After an operation, she was cancer-free for some time when in March 2017 it was discovered that the cancer had returned and had spread everywhere, notably to her lungs. In July 2017 she moved into a hospice and four weeks later she died. Her last four weeks were the toughest in my life so far and the first time I experienced the death of somebody close, and from such close quarters. At the same time it also turned out to be the most rewarding time. One...