Be inspired – be creative – be active in your grief.
“Grief is the form love takes when someone dies”. This is a truth we discovered when our son Josh died in 2011. But how to carry that love forward in a meaningful way was something we had to learn. Which is why we started the Good Grief Project, a charity dedicated to an understanding of grief as on-going, creative and active process.
Do you feel stuck in your grief? Do you find it hard to find ways of expressing your grief and your love openly? Do you have a sense that your own health and well being is being compromised by a silence around your grief?
THE GOOD GRIEF PROJECT is developing an ACTIVE GRIEF PROGRAMME, a series of weekend retreats where bereaved parents and siblings can learn some new practical and creative skills that will help bring meaning back into your life. The emphasis is on being active, on doing things, making things, photographs, stories, physical exercise, all designed to help you move forward at a time in your life when all seems lost.
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