When a Broken Heart Can't Be Mended

Vic Lennard | Posted 23.06.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Vic Lennard

I have a number of arthritic conditions that cause me daily pain but this dulls into insignificance when compared to the physical pain and mental anguish I am going through now as I mourn both my parents. It is with a very heavy heart that I write this. I know that time will help but at this moment I can't see that far ahead.

Baby Elephant Mourns Loss Of Mother In Kenya's Masai Mara (PICTURES)

Guzelian | Sara C Nelson | Posted 02.05.2013 | UK

These heart-wrenching snaps capture a baby elephant anxiously nudging its deceased mother in Kenya’s Masai Mara. The little elephant stayed with...

Unpopular? Old? Rent-A-Mourner For Your Funeral To Make You Look Loved

Huffington Post UK | Posted 27.03.2013 | UK

A business in Essex has started to offer 'rent-a-mourner' services to families of the deceased who fear there many not be enough people at their funer...

Balloon Release

Jeff Brazier | Posted 06.05.2013 | UK Entertainment
Jeff Brazier

For the last four years since Bobby and Freddy lost their mum the boys and I have released balloons as a mark of respect, a loving gesture and for the lads especially, a positive way to acknowledge their loss in a way that can be considered by all as a happy occasion.

Long Live A$AP Rocky

Rankin | Posted 26.03.2013 | UK Entertainment

Ever since his mixtapes and homemade music videos started appearing on the internet A$AP Rocky has been a force to be reckoned with in, not just hip hop, but the music scene as a whole. The 24-year-old rapper from Harlem, New York is not your average rapper.

Grieving Dog Attends Daily Church Mass As He Mourns Late Owner

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 17.01.2013 | UK

A dog whose owner died two months ago visits the church where her funeral was held every day in the hope she will return. Ciccio, a 12-year-old Ge...

Mass Hysteria at Kim Jong Il's Death - Normal Vs Abnormal Grief

Dr. Sohom Das | Posted 28.02.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Dr. Sohom Das

In psychiatry, we make a distinction between "normal" grief and "abnormal" grief. The latter condition has other aliases such as "pathological grief" or "morbid grief". Should psychiatrists meddle in such a natural human reaction?