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Letters from the Grief Club

How we live with loss
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Welcome to the club you never wanted to join.
When someone you love dies, it may seem impossible to know what will happen next and how you will cope. Losing someone in early adulthood, you may feel even more alone, when no-one around you seems to have had the same experience.
Our letters don't have all the answers, but they do have some - because we've been through it ourselves. Some of us have written to ourselves back on that first day of grief, with the reassurance that we will get through those awful first months. Others share snippets from our grief journeys - from the experience of therapy, to the power of getting creative.
Encompassing all types of loss, these stories show that there is no one way to grieve. They talk honestly about grief - the sad, the bad, and the surprisingly beautiful.
Welcome to the Grief Club, we're so glad you've found us.
  • Published: Jun 21 2022
  • Pages: 176
  • 196 x 130mm
  • ISBN: 9781787759213
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Press Reviews

  • Gary Andrews, author and illustrator of Finding Joy

    Profound, moving and utterly compelling. A beautiful reminder that despite how it may feel, in grief you are not alone.
  • Cariad Lloyd, host of Griefcast

    Beautiful and heartfelt. I know each one of these letters will help someone in the Grief Club.
  • Dr Radha Modgil, media personality, NHS GP, medical expert for BBC Radio1 Lifehacks, and campaigner for wellbeing

    This book truly and authentically opens the conversation about why we need to talk about grief and impactfully highlights the power of shared experience and connection when we experience loss.
  • This book is lovely... a great asset to discussions about grief and normalising grief responses. It certainly is powerful reading and mirrors a lot of what we hear in support sessions - Child Bereavement UK
  • Rachel Faturoti, author of Sadé and Her Shadow Beasts

    Letters from the Grief Club is an important book as it explores life after loss, growth and acceptance. It creates a sense of community and shows how loss can happen to anyone at any time, age or stage in life. The reader is taken on a journey through different experiences of loss and they're even given tips along the way. The contributors and editors have done a great job!