Mother’s Day is a lovely celebration but can also cause a tidal wave of grief for those who have lost their own mother figure, or for mothers who have lost a baby or child.
Whether the death was recent or many years ago, the lead up to Mother’s Day, and the day itself, can be tough when many others will be celebrating.
Our Therapeutic Services Counsellor, Julie Wright, is sharing advice and guidance on how to cope in the lead up to, and on Mother's Day itself.
Acknowledge the day and its impact on you Be kind to yourself Remember the person who has died
Acknowledge the day and its impact on you
Be kind to yourself
Remember the person who has died
Everyone feels emotion and grief when they’ve had a bereavement and that’s normal. We are here if you feel like you need a bit of extra help.