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Sympathy Message Creator

This simple message helper will take you through 3 easy steps to create a note for a loved one that best reflects your thoughts and feelings.


Watch our interview with a Grief Counsellor

We have interviewed Ruth Walker, a psychologist from Karinya Counselling Centres who talks to us about coping with grief and loss.


Grief Support: Where can I get help?

The 5 Stages of Grief is the title of a theory developed by Swiss psychiatrist, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, to support her clients who had learned that they had a terminal illness. 


The Healing Power of Humour

Death is no laughing matter, but there is a place for laughter in times of grief. Although humour can be used as a defence mechanism, it can also be utilised as a tool for coping during difficult times and indeed, may honourably reflect the character of your loved one.


The 5 Stages of Grief and Self-Care

The 5 Stages of Grief is the title of a theory developed by Swiss psychiatrist, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, to support her clients who had learned that they had a terminal illness. 


Grieving for your baby

A Baby touches our lives for a moment, but changes our hearts forever. Learn more from our complimentary Guide.


Understanding Children’s Grief

It is necessary to discuss grief and care for children in ways appropriate to their age. Learn more from our complimentary Guide.


The Grief Journey

Death is giving us the chance to understand the essence of life and how precious it is. Learn more from our complimentary Grief Journey Guide.


Grief and Loss

Grief is the normal and natural response to loss. It might be the loss of a loved one or friend but there are many other losses in life including pets, jobs, dreams we have for our future or the end of an era.


Helping Others Through Grief

Knowing how to comfort someone grieving does not always come naturally. The process of helping a friend through grief can require you to learn new skills and strategies.