A GOOD GRIEF STORY – saying goodbye or saying hello again

A GOOD GRIEF STORY – saying goodbye or saying hello again While constantly looking for the positive, for the hopeful, for good things to happen as a result of tragedy we are always reminded of that tragedy. It’s always there. We cannot escape the fact that our child has died. And we cannot move away […]

Everyone grieves differently…

We all grieve in our own way. Some do so privately and silently. Others need to share their grief with others. Some will hunger for empathy.   Others will want to walk alone. Some will want to hang on to the pain of their grief for as long as it takes. Other will want to leave […]

From the archive – GOOD GRIEF!

I was looking back through some of the posts we had written soon after Josh died and though I would republish this first as an indicator of how far we have travelled in the last six years, but also because it explains really well some of our ideas that became the motivation for  THE GOOD GRIEF […]

NEWS UPDATE NOV 2016 a new charity and a new trailer

We are extremely pleased to announce that THE GOOD GRIEF PROJECT has been officially registered as a charity with the UK Charity Commission.  We now have 9 trustees dedicated to our mission of encouraging an understanding of grief as an active and creativity process.   Please visit our TEAM page to find out more about us.  Being a charity also means […]

A Work in Progress

a work in progress – the view of my desktop I feel a bit remiss (and sad) that we haven’t posted news to you for quite awhile.  The thing is, that having got my head down into the edit for our documentary, it really has been very difficult to tear myself away from so many engrossing […]

LATEST NEWS NOV 2016 “Here’s looking at you…”

As many will know, we have been away for the last few weeks and since our new website was launched we have been a bit lax in keeping you all posted of latest developments – sorry about that but really you haven’t missed much.  We are in the process of forming a charity (a long and […]

Memories in New York and complicated grief

So I wrote the last blog posting all about our time in New York and Brooklyn and then forgot to save it … Grrrr!!! Sorry about that but I think I’ll try and recap very quickly before moving to an account of the last couple of days. First off we want to thank Jonny and […]

Forgiving is not forgetting – Scarlett Lewis (Sandy Hook)

This is Scarlett Lewis, she lives in Connecticut a two hour drive from Brooklyn where we are based for the first week of our journey.  Scarlett is a single mum.   She has two horses, four dogs, a whole load of chickens and two children JT (Joseph Thomas) who is 15 and Jesse who was […]