Grief Resources for Children
Losing a loved one is difficult for people of all-ages. Even when we think we are prepared for a death of a loved one, we may find ourselves feeling differently when that time actually comes. After the death of a loved one, many people may become overwhelmed with the intensity of their feelings and wonder if these feelings are normal.
Paul Stephens, now 34, was diagnosed with leukaemia when he was two and a half years old. He's an active fundraiser for leukaemia charities and is running the 2015 London Marathon for us.
Paul shares his story, with some help from his parents:
‘It’s probably just a ...
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