Grief Probate Journey is 24 Months Old

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June 2021

Wow We are TWO YEARS Old!

It is hard to put into words how this makes us feel. We would like to say a BIG MASSIVE THANK YOU to everyone who continues to support us on our journey. We are immensely proud of ourselves and the journey we have been on since we launched this blog in June 2019.

We have achieved and accomplished so much in this time. Not only on the level of our grief journey and discovery, but there has also been a discovery of a new way of life due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.

It still feels so unreal the way the world as we knew it literally changed overnight. In the UK we have been on National Lockdown periodically for 15 months. This has dramatically changed the way of life worldwide.

In the Two years since we published the blog, we have been viewed in 202 Countries. Wow, we feel humbled, grateful and blessed that we have been able to share our story this far and wide WorldWide.

Countries the blog has been viewed in Since June 2019

Something that we also feel amazed, grateful and fulfilled by is that the views on our blog has substantially grown year by year since we launched in 2019. As an example in these six months we have achieved more views than we did for the entirety of 2020. We feel honoured by this achievement.

We have:

Comments and Testimonials

In the past three months since we published Grief Probate Journey is 21 Months old we have been viewed in the following countries:

  • Congo Kinshasa
  • Mozambique
  • Afghanistan
  • Turks & Caicos Islands
  • Kosovo
  • Cuba
  • Libya
  • New Caledonia
  • Réunion
  • Iran
  • Faroe Islands
  • Cook Islands

Achievements made in WordPress (where the blog is hosted)

Guest Features we have had since June 2019

Hobbies and Grief: Guest Feature: Jane Edberg: The Fine Art of Grieving

Keeping too Busy – Self-Care and Grief – Guest Feature: Lic. M.D Migdalia- Holistic Thanatologist

Visitation Dreams and Signs – Guest Feature: Tree Carr – Lucid Dream Tree

Mental Health Awareness Week 18th – 24th May 2020 – Guest Feature: Chantelle Newell: Counsellor ad Mediator

World Wellbeing Week June 2020: Guest Feature: W.E.L.L.Being

National Grief Awareness Day 2020: Guest Feature Tyler Quillet

YouTube Achievements

We feel humbled, grateful, and blessed to still be sharing our story to this day. The comments and feedback truly warms our hearts, it feels so surreal, but it gives us the encouragement to keep on going, and it makes us realise we were right to do this, there was a need to do this.

Ultimately, we never forget the reason why all of this came to be:

  • Our Dad falling ill in September 2016
  • Being hospitalised and diagnosed with a rare and serious life-threatening heart condition: Infective Endocarditis (we have a topic on Infective Endocarditis)
  • Sadly, passing away in March 2017

We suffered a huge immense loss, one that we do not know how we will find a way to truly deal with.

Moving forward we hope to continue sharing our story for as long as possible, continuing to try and help share and spread awareness of matters of Grief, breaking down the taboo. And also continuing to share matters of Health and Wellbeing.


This blog, the support from:

  • Our family and friends
  • The grief community we have become part of
  • Followers on our blog and Social Media platforms who we have built a relationship. We truly appreciate the stories that are shared with us.

This all really does help us to keep going and moving forward. Something else that is keeping us moving forward is the complaint that we are making against the hospital that our Dad was an inpatient. It has been a total of three years since we made our initial complaint. No matter how long this might take we remain strong in our aim and mission to get our Dad the rightful justice he deserves. His life mattered.

This quote resonates so much with us and our mission to get justice for our Dad. We will NOT GIVE UP Dad.

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