National Grief Awareness Week 2021 (2 – 8 December): Blog post for Community Bridges

Preview to the topic:

This week is National Grief Awareness Week. A week that is one of high importance and that my sister and I feel passionate about…..

Please see National Grief Awareness Week 2021 which covers:

  1. Introduction
  2. Link to National Grief Awareness Blog Post for Community Bridges
  3. Quotes/Illustrations: National Grief Awareness Week 2021
  4. National Grief Awareness Week 2021 resources
  5. Our final thoughts/our YouTube video

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1. Introduction

This week is National Grief Awareness Week. A week that is one of high importance and that my sister and I feel passionate about. We are aware that grief is quite a taboo subject, and this is something that my sister and I are trying to do, be a part of the change that is encouraging people to talk about Grief.

We were honoured to have been given the opportunity to write a blog post, for Community Bridges. We knew this was something that we could not let pass us by. We first worked with Community bridges when we were doing a topic on World Mental Health Day 2021 (7th October). Community bridges were featured in the topic, but this is a difference as we have written something for them, and this is the first blog we have written in this way.

Community Bridges bio

“We help people feeling lost with their health or lonely find friendship and support in their community”.

Please see National Grief Awareness Week 2021 (2– 8 December):

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2. Link to National Grief Awareness Week 2021 blog post for Community Bridges

https://www.communitybridges.co.uk/post/grief-probate-journey-national-grief-awareness-week

We were so excited to do this, and even more excited (although also anxious) about the day it would be published. Today is that day (2nd December) and we are happy to share it on our platforms in honour of this week.

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3. Quotes/Illustrations: National Grief Awareness Week 2021

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4. National Grief Awareness Week 2021

4.1 National Grief Awareness Week

“To raise awareness of the impact of grief … To create a unified voice for all bereavement support services … Campaign Posters 2021”…

4.2 National Grief Awareness Week – The Art of Dying Well

“National Grief Awareness Week exists to raise awareness of all aspects of grief and loss on a national scale, and also to signpost channels of support for” …

4.3 Learning to be kind this National Grief Awareness Week

“The toolkit is being launched to coincide with National Grief Awareness Week which runs from 2 – 8 December. The bereavement kindness”…

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5. Our final thoughts/our YouTube video

We are always thankful and grateful when we make new connections, and also grateful when we get to collaborate in some way when this happens….

Our YouTube Video:

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