Talking About Loss

Talking About Loss is a warm, friendly, supportive peer-led meet up group for like-minded people to talk freely about loss.  Whether you have lost a child,  parent, sibling,

partner or a pet, having someone to talk to who knows

what you’re going through is a great comfort.

 

Our monthly meet ups include drop in well-being cafés in beautiful villages

in the heart of the Yorkshire Wolds plus events and activities at Uncleby Barn.

 

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Some of our favourite resources for bereavement

Talking About Loss Latest News & Blog

November 10, 2019

Before she died, my mother asked me to find a support group – but there were none for twentysomethings like me. Could I start my own? Check out this inspirational article from The Guardian – On millennial grief: ‘I didn’t want to be brave. I just wanted my mum back’

November 10, 2019

The death of a parent is one of the most emotional and universal human experiences. If a person doesn’t know what it’s like suffer the loss of a father or mother, they most likely will one day. But just because the passing of a parent happens to almost everyone doesn’t make it any easier. The death of[…]

October 2, 2019

We’re delighted to share that our next event will be in Selby on 4th October. We have been invited join the established Friendship Friday group that provides companionship for people of any age who feel lonely and isolated through bereavement, divorce, age or mobility. Our founder, Jacqui Gunn will be joined by trained counsellor Kathy[…]

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Talking about Loss is a not for profit group.

If you’d like to support us by making a donation towards our running costs, please e-mail Jacqui.

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November 10, 2019

Before she died, my mother asked me to find a support group – but there were none for twentysomethings like me. Could I start my own? Check out this inspirational article from The Guardian – On millennial grief: ‘I didn’t want to be brave. I just wanted my mum back’

November 10, 2019

The death of a parent is one of the most emotional and universal human experiences. If a person doesn’t know what it’s like suffer the loss of a father or mother, they most likely will one day. But just because the passing of a parent happens to almost everyone doesn’t make it any easier. The death of[…]

October 2, 2019

We’re delighted to share that our next event will be in Selby on 4th October. We have been invited join the established Friendship Friday group that provides companionship for people of any age who feel lonely and isolated through bereavement, divorce, age or mobility. Our founder, Jacqui Gunn will be joined by trained counsellor Kathy[…]

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November 10, 2019

Before she died, my mother asked me to find a support group – but there were none for twentysomethings like me. Could I start my own? Check out this inspirational article from The Guardian – On millennial grief: ‘I didn’t want to be brave. I just wanted my mum back’

November 10, 2019

The death of a parent is one of the most emotional and universal human experiences. If a person doesn’t know what it’s like suffer the loss of a father or mother, they most likely will one day. But just because the passing of a parent happens to almost everyone doesn’t make it any easier. The death of[…]

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November 10, 2019

Before she died, my mother asked me to find a support group – but there were none for twentysomethings like me. Could I start my own? Check out this inspirational article from The Guardian – On millennial grief: ‘I didn’t want to be brave. I just wanted my mum back’

November 10, 2019

The death of a parent is one of the most emotional and universal human experiences. If a person doesn’t know what it’s like suffer the loss of a father or mother, they most likely will one day. But just because the passing of a parent happens to almost everyone doesn’t make it any easier. The death of[…]

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