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An inspiring and healing space
for students experiencing grief.

We’re led by students and grads who have been through loss

We aim to improve experiences of grief in universities by raising awareness and creating a range of avenues for support – from online resources and staff training to creative projects and events.

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Grieving an absent parent

I have been wildy struck with the fact that I lost a dad who I didn’t have in the first place – anyone with an addict parent will understand this. I lose a possible opportunity in the future to try and build a relationship with someone who I am half of.

17th June, 2022 · 2 minutes read

Some challenges uni throws us after loss

Evee shares her experience of university life after she lost her mum in 2018. Evee is the co-founder of The Grief Reality, a wonderful blog where you can read many more lived experiences of grief and even contribute your own story.

27th May, 2022 · 7 minutes read

Grief and Loss During Ramadan

We spoke to Shuma from Spoken Grief about her experiences of grief and loss during the month of Ramadan – from the difficulties of fasting when going in and out of hospital, to feeling like she can’t enjoy the month in the same way and missing her mum’s cooking.

9th May, 2022 · 1 minute read

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