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SABRINA'S STORY

On January 14th 2020, I went into early labour at nineteen weeks and four days.  Nothing could have prepared me for the sudden loss of my son and once leaving the security of the hospital, I soon realised that the professional support had gone and I was alone; which led me to think about those who do not have anyone to talk to, or confide in. 

It wasn’t until my cousin gifted me with a self-care package after we returned home, that I felt driven to help other bereaved families.   It wasn’t the usual self-care kit with an array of gifts to mark the loss, but items that would help me to psychologically process my loss.  I thought it was a brilliant idea and it offered me valuable support for managing the trauma that I had experienced.

Sabrina x

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Vanessa's Story

After hearing that Sabrina had lost her baby boy, I was devastated and filled with anxiety. How would she cope? What could I do to help? Does she even want me to ring or visit right now? How do I find the words? Even with a long career in psychology, it was hard to remain objective when this was happening to someone that I love.

I decided to create Sabrina a self-care package for her to use when she was feeling alone and losing hope, as a pick-me-up.  In helping Sabrina in this way, this let us know that we could and desperately wanted to help others in the same way.

Vanessa x

Our mission

The challenges of life after loss are made so much harder by a lack of safe spaces to talk about and process our feelings.  We hope to challenge the taboo culture that surrounds grief and replace it with open healing spaces where individuals can feel validated and understood.  Please join us in our journey to break the silence and empower bereaved families.

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Kindness in Mind
41 Essex Street
Birmingham
B5 4TW
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