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Author: Beth French

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Grief made me the man I am

Mark Woodward lost his dad many years ago while he was still at university. 33 years later, he can still recall the phone call that changed

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The hole in my heart

A very special piece by my incredible brother Will Rowland, who shares his experiences of losing our mum. When my amazing sister came to me with

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The first of firsts

Laurie wrote to Let’s Talk About Loss recently to share her story. Whether it’s been seven weeks or seven years since you lost a parent,

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Left with love and laughter

My wonderful friend and colleague Lucy McRobert reflects on the decade since her mum passed away, sharing her experience of finding joy and happiness in

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Cancer you prat

Today is World Cancer Day 2017. For me, today holds a lot of significance, and this is a very personal expression of my own loss.

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