More than 2,000 Irish families have to deal with the death of a child each year, according to Anam Cara.
Dearbhail Connon worked intermittently following her son’s death, writes Colette Sheridan.
The mother of inspirational cancer victim Donal Walsh has told of the devastation she felt after his death.
A Limerick mother who trekked across northern Spain to help her cope following the sudden death of her son has penned a moving book about her journey.
As I write this column, my grandmother has been dead for 10 days. When I wake up every morning since, I feel the need to remind myself of this fact.
There is no guide book to navigate grief. It is messy and uncomfortable. It is uncomfortable to even write about it.
West Cork-based Camilla Griehsel lost three people she loved within the space of a few weeks. It's made her realise how fragile life is, writes Ellie O'Byrne
Rather than being a surprise, that Prince Harry had counselling to help him deal with the death of his mother should be considered normal says Suzanne Harrington
Marie Greene’s son died suddenly of cardiac arrest aged 15. She talks to Margaret Jennings about how she coped with her grief by setting up a support charity for bereaved parents.
Gerard Sheehy found solace and a new sense of purpose in the mountains following the the death of his young daughter, says Dan MacCarthy. .
Trauma inflicted during the Troubles of Northern Ireland continues to be experienced by successive generations that now live in more peaceful times, research has found.
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