If you have reached this area of AMMF’s Discussion Forum, then you may well have suffered the loss of someone very special to you – this is a place for you to share your grief and special memories.
There is no right or wrong way to grieve and although it is said there are stages, these rarely follow a set path nor a set time frame. For most, the grief pathway will not be straightforward, and will take far more time than those around you might think …
Dr Bill Webster is someone who knows about grief, not just in theory, but from a very difficult personal experience. Dr Webster’s website, GriefJourney.com brings a unique blend of personal experience, academic education and many years of practical application to help you through this most difficult of times: http://griefjourney.com/
Dying Matters is a very helpful organisation that produces material on subjects including making plans, writing wills, bereavement and talking to children about death. Their help is aimed at people who are dying as well as those who are bereaved. They also produce some really useful material on how to support someone who has recently been bereaved: http://www.dyingmatters.org/