Here is a list of apps that might be useful to a child who is grieving. These are not recommendations, purely suggestions. We hope you find this list useful. FOLLOW US http://www.socialembers.com Continue reading The best bereavement apps for children.
I read this blog post this morning and it reminded me that it is easy to forget how Christmas can often be a very difficult time for people. The pressure to be festive happy at Christmas time is huge, but if the anniversary of a loved one’s death coincides with this time of year, then it may be difficult for a bereaved person to feel cheerful. Laura Kennedy has reminded me that when we make those throw away comments about spending time with family at Christmas, it would be best to pause and think before we speak. People around you … Continue reading Christmas Grief
Can you keep a secret? Where do you keep them? In a secret place of course! Throughout my research into digital bereavement issues, secrets are becoming a large problem for law companies dealing with estates of people who have died. When opening any online account, a password is required, and you are advised to keep your password safe and secure, especially where your finances are involved. I am aware that many people are very nervous about sharing their personal information on-line, but quite openly fill out paper forms and share their personal information without a second glance! I have learned … Continue reading Secrets
We are surrounded by death. As we walk through the grassland of life it lurks everywhere-behind, to the left, to the right, ahead, everywhere in the swaying grass. Before, I saw it only here and there. The light was too … Continue reading Small but Powerful
Digital memorials can be as susceptible to vandalism as can traditional memorials such as grave stones. The picture above is of St John’s Church graveyard in Pemberton, Wigan in England taken in 2015. The picture was uploaded to a public … Continue reading Memorial Vandalism