There is a bond between parents who have lost a child, and talking to someone who can relate and understand the feelings help you to realise you are not alone as it can be a very isolating place.
The death of a child is probably the most devastating experience any parent will face and there are so many different emotions and feelings.
Anxiety / stress / panic attacks / depression / anger / disbelief / frustration / heartache / guilt / numbness / acceptance / sweating / fear are to name but a few.
Our meetings are interesting and informative and to suggest different ways to help with the different emotions that can affect the bereaved families.
There is also a selection of books available for families to borrow, including information books for siblings and grandchildren.