Grief Coach founder Emma Payne and Head of Bereavement Melissa Lunardini sat down with UK psychotherapist Liz Gleeson on her podcast, Shapes of Grief. Throughout their conversation, they touched upon six pain points grieving people have and the unique ways Grief Coach texts offer support.
People who've experienced the death of a significant person often tell us that support drops off sharply after the first year. At Grief Coach, we believe grievers deserve grief support for a lifetime of loss, not just in the early days of "survival mode". That's why we've written a series of Grief Coach texts specifically for what we call "long ago loss."
Thanks to Sue Ryder, all UK residents can receive free grief support through Grief Coach texts.
3 Texts to Send a Friend Grieving the Sudden, Unexplained Death of an Infant or Child, in Partnership with Red Nose Australia
Losing a baby or young child with no explanation is devastating, and leaves parents and caregivers lost for answers. If you're unsure of what to say to someone whose infant or young child died with no explanation, these helpful suggestions from Red Nose Australia are a great place to start.
Whether your grieving friend lost their dad or is a grieving father, there are many meaningful ways to comfort them. At Grief Coach, we love a simple text! Sending a text message is a quick, easy way to show your grieving friend you care about them on Father's Day.
3 Ways to Support a Teen Who's Grieving, in Partnership with Dougy Center for Grieving Children and Families
Have you ever struggled to know what to say to a teen or young adult grieving the death of a loved one? Try these three tips from Dougy Center and Grief Coach.
Whether your grieving friend lost their mom or is a grieving mom, there are many meaningful ways to comfort them. At Grief Coach, we love a simple text! Sending a text message is a quick, easy way to show your grieving friend you care about them on Mother's Day.
Words can create connection, and even help us fight infection, while we’re apart.
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