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'Reach out to people' during National Grief Awareness Week 

Island charity urging people to try and normalise grief

People on the Isle of Man are being urged to talk about the uncomfortable subject of death as part of efforts to normalise grief.

Cruse Bereavement Support is marking UK National Grief Awareness Week which starts on Saturday (2 December).

It’s holding a ‘Dress Bright For Cruse’ day tomorrow (Friday) and is hoping to raise money for the charity.

This year marks 35 years of Cruse Bereavement Support providing its services; during 2022 approximately 350 children, young people and adults were given help.

Mary Doyle is the chief executive and says grief is something you ‘learn to walk beside’:

You can make a donation to the charity by clicking HERE.


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