Grief Support

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Grief is a journey which is different for everyone, but we could all use a little extra support to help us cope sometimes. Losing someone special is incredibly difficult so if you or someone you know is struggling, please know that this is completely normal. You are not alone.

“Grief is the price we pay for love”

Dr Colin Murray Parkes

Everyone deserves to feel heard and have a space to voice how they feel, and there are a number of resources which are here to do just that. Whether you’ve lost someone recently or a while ago, it’s always worth asking for help if you need it.

Please take a look at some of the support networks that we have curated to help you through this difficult time.


  • Ovacome


    Our friends at Ovacome are a group of qualified nurses who provide information and emotional support to anyone who has been affected by Ovarian Cancer.

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    GriefChat is a safe space for grieving or bereaved people to be able to share their story, explore their feelings and be supported by a qualified bereavement counsellor.

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    Shout 85258

    Shout 85258 is the UK's first free, confidential, 24/7 text support service. It's a place to go if you're struggling to cope and need mental health support. Text SHOUT to 85258.

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    Cruse Bereavement Care

    The Cruse Bereavement Care Freephone National Helpline is staffed by trained bereavement volunteers, who offer emotional support to anyone affected by bereavement.

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    Maggie's Support Centres

    Maggie’s are a charity supported by the NHS, and have centres all over the country that provide free practical, social and emotional support to patients with cancer and their families.

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    The Centre for the Grief Journey, was created by Dr. Bill Webster, has been providing comprehensive online grief support for nearly 20 years. Find out more here.