Over six years, a person honors the memory of a loved one lost at sea, experimenting with various annual traditions that evolve from releasing messages in bottles to more reflective practices like charity work and creating a podcast for the widowed. Now, they focus on celebrating the deceased’s birthday as “His Day,” shifting from marking the day of loss to fostering more positive memories, allowing for personal and communal remembrance without the overwhelming shadow of grief.

Recognising Mental Health in the Workplace: Breaking the Stigma

In the heart of London’s bustling financial district, RPC, a prominent law firm, hosted a webinar that would challenge the corporate world’s often unspoken rule: the personal stays personal, especially when it comes to mental health. The guest speaker, Rosie Gill-Moss, creator and host of the podcast, Widowed AF, was there to discuss a topic…