Life can be difficult following bereavement
So much can change after the death of a loved one.
We might miss them and the life we had before.
We might be struggling with overwhelming emotions and unanswered questions.
We might be facing practical and financial changes.
For those who have identified as Christians, we might be facing a crisis of faith.
We might be lonely, angry, depressed, heartbroken, anxious, sad, feeling guilty, unable to sleep, eating too much or too little, confused, despairing, fearful of the future…
The Living with Loss Project is here to help.
In this website, you can find out about:
If you’ve arrived at this page looking for information about Living with Loss Retreats:
This link takes you to the current calendar of events, with booking details: https://avalleyjournal.wordpress.com/living-with-loss-retreats/
This link takes you to more details about the retreats: Living with Loss events – retreats and day courses
IF YOU’RE HERE BECAUSE YOU’D LIKE TO FIND OUT ABOUT HOSTING A WORKSHOP AT YOUR CHURCH, COMMUNITY OR RETREAT CENTRE:
Read about grief on my blog: A Valley Journal blog – updated weekly, this website has lots of resources and articles to support the grieving
Links to further grief support (external site)
The Living with Loss project is led by Abi May – a Christian, an educator, a doubly-bereaved mother, an author and a blogger. Her husband John has been active in Christian service for four decades.
Living with Loss is a member of the National Bereavement Alliance.