Posts Tagged ‘bereavement’

Christmas 2015, Survived

Well, Christmas 2015 has been survived. On Christmas Eve Martin and I took Hugo’s presents to his garden. Finding presents that are suitable to withstand the elements outside can often be a challenge, so I was pleased to find these two little robots. They look very cute and cheerful. The penguin (a gift from my […] Read more…

The Second Christmas After Hugo

The second Christmas after Hugo. It’s fast approaching. It’s a funny old time. In many respects, the days are just like other days but Christmas always carries such a special poignancy doesn’t it? With that poignancy comes a heavy helping of expectation, immersed in families who seem to be so bloody happy. We’re not looking […] Read more…

How Do I Cope With Life After Hugo?

How do I cope with life after Hugo? It is a question I am often asked, and a question to which there is not a simple or easy answer. Please do not think me dismissive or rude if I cannot provide an answer either quickly, or at all. Please do not think me evasive if […] Read more…

The New Educators

At the end of October I travelled to central London to give a talk at a Royal Society of Medicine event about Hugo’s Legacy. The conference – Patients and Families as the New Educators – was organised in collaboration with the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. In attendance were a variety of health […] Read more…

1 2 3 4 5 26