This website is never going to try to give practical help or advice to young people coping with loss. If I’m honest – I don’t want to. My own grief is so alien to me, that I don’t feel in a position to try and advise or help other people. However, there are lots of fantastic charities and organisations that do offer help.

Here’s a list of places that might be able to help you out, however you’re feeling. Please drop me a line if you want to add to this list.

Hope Again – the youth site of Cruse Bereavement Care, Hope Again is a safe place for young people to learn from others who have been bereaved.

Grief Encounter – helping children through bereavement

Cruse Bereavement Care

Winston’s Wish

Child Bereavement UK

Mind’s page on coping after someone dies

The Loss Foundation – specifically focussing on bereavement to cancer

Children and Families in Grief

NHS page on dealing with loss

Cancer Research UK’s coping with grief page

My friend Sasha has started a website to talk more openly about mental health – it’s called Well Bein and it’s awesome, go check it out