Life is unpredictable.
Like most of the people on here I have suffered loss of loved ones. My wife, my parents and several close friends.
Having only recently discovered by luck This forum, it’s been a mental and emotional saviour. People on here have been empathetic, direct and honest.
I just wanted to add, if anybody wants to hear a human voice and a non judgemental conversation, please contact me.
Some people prefer writing on the forum their feelings, others prefer to talk about them.
To make clear, I’m NOT a professional counsellor or psychologist, just a human being who understands loss and prefers a vocal conversation. I’m sure I’m not the only one.
Thanks for your time and please do what feels right for you.
We understand that online communication doesn’t work for everyone, and some people may prefer to hear a human voice.
However, I want to gently remind you that this is a public community, so remaining anonymous is the best way to stay safe.
Our terms and conditions ask you not to publish your contact details or identifying information on our site to protect your own privacy and security.
If you’re feeling in need of talking things out one-on-one, Sue Ryder offers an online bereavement counselling service. This is a free service and sessions are held via video chat so you can attend from home. There’s more information about this service here: www.sueryder.org/counselling.
All the best,
Online Community Team
Thats so kind of you! Talking helps i just found this forum today its 11 months since losing my dad it still feels like its not true or real like it did day one