Books, Journals and Downloads

We have a wide range of booklets and leaflets to support you in your grief journey. 

Please either download any of the resources below free of charge or contact us for a hard copy, which you can either arrange to collect from any of our branches or we can send them to you by post.

  • Now What by Dr Bill Webster – this offers an outline of what the grief process might look like and some suggestions to help cope. Not available to download but we can post a copy.
  • Lost for Words by Dr Bill Webster -this is a guide for how to talk to and help offer understanding of someone that has been bereaved. Not available to download but we can post a copy.

Printed booklets that you can also download:

We also have a series of blogs and articles that we have written with advice on how to manage bereavement, please click on the link to the right hand side.

Grief Journal

woman writing in grief journal

Contrary to the old saying – time heals all wounds – at Dandelions Bereavement Support, we know that it is the expression of our grief and emotions over time that helps us to work through the pain of bereavement.

Grief never ends, but the way we feel about the loss changes as we process it.

People use many different tools and methods to work through their grief and express their feelings around the loss.

One of the most popular ways is journaling which has been proven to have many benefits to a person’s wellbeing and can particularly help in bereavement.

Wathall’s has designed a bespoke Grief Journal which is available to buy online or to reserve and collect from any of our branches.

View the books in our shop

Bereavement Blog

Fay Bloor is our Bereavement Support Coordinator and a fully qualified counsellor. She has written a series of blogs about different aspects of bereavement which we hope you find interesting and of comfort as you move through your grief journey.

View the Blog

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