Thursday, 27 June 2019

The best grief blogs to read in 2019

We asked some of our favourite grief bloggers why they think their blog is worth a read in 2019. Discover their stories and how they help people through the pain of loss.

Grief can feel overwhelming, 카지노 먹튀 and at specific times of the year can become a daunting prospect, but you should never feel alone. In this article, we uncover our favourite grief bloggers that we think you should discover in 2019, and upon reflection, you may find them more like-minded than you initially thought.

Shelby Forsythia

After the sudden death of her mother in 2013 and other major incidents in her college years, 카지노 무료 쿠폰 Shelby Forsythia took to blog writing to help control her grief, whilst allowing others to uncover her story and reach out to her for advice and a friendly, relatable and likeminded individual to talk to.

We asked Shelby what inspired her to start writing her blog and how she aimed to help more people like her: 카지노 무료 머니“I wanted two things in the aftermath of my mom's death: wisdom from someone who just ‘got it’ and tools to tackle grief in my own world. I started my blog to provide both of those things to others. In my mind, my blog is a combination of ‘it's okay to experience grief and to continue to experience grief’ and ‘try these tools to cope’.”

“For the first time in a long time, I felt better”.

After the success of her blog, the next venture for Shelby was her podcast; Coming Back. The podcast wasn’t just a great way for people who are grieving to listen to stories like their own but to help others feel comfort in knowing they are not alone.

We asked Shelby what she hopes her readers take away from her blog: “There's no pressure to feel better and there's no pressure to fit your grief into a structure or timeline. 카지노 문자 I work hard to publish that perfect mixture of normalisation of grief and guidance through grief. I hope that readers find my work comforting, relatable, and useful in the midst of their own losses, whatever they may be.”