Death

Death, breaking news, photos, comments, social media posts on this topic.

  • Lupita Nyong'o (L) and Chadwick Boseman at the Los Angeles World Premiere of Marvel Studios' BLACK PANTHER at Dolby Theatre on January 29, 2018 in Hollywood, California.
    Celebrity

    Stop pressuring Lupita Nyong’o to make her grief public

  • Lynn Shelton attends "Sword of Trust" Marc Maron & Lynn Shelton in Conversation with Sam Lipsyte at 92nd Street Y on July 11, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)
    People

    Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington “heartbroken” over death of Lynn Shelton

  • Long Reads

    7 practical ways to support a loved one who is grieving

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Life

How should we feel about payouts for families of NHS staff who die of Covid-19?

The government has pledged £60,000 to families of health service workers lost to coronavirus. The public response was mixed, to say the least.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Laura Whitmore talks about grief over Caroline Flack
People

Laura Whitmore’s raw confession about grief teaches us a valuable lesson

“Part of me just wants to lock myself away and not talk to anyone.”

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Kayleigh Dray
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Coping with grief: hand holds up yellow flower against a grey sky
People

Why Bob Geldof's comments about the “infinite” abyss of grief are so important

Nearly six years ago, Peaches Geldof died of a drug overdose. Her father, the musician Bob Geldof, has spoken of how he will be dealing with her loss forever.

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Kayleigh Dray
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“Taking my dad to Dignitas was the hardest thing I’ve ever done, but I don’t regret it”

Dianne took her terminally ill dad to Dignitas to die. Now, she is campaigning for assisted dying to become legal in the UK.

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Long Reads

Dealing with grief: why it’s OK to feel sad about the death of a celebrity

Here’s what to do if you’re impacted by grief, according to a psychologist.

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Millie Milliken
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Long Reads

Russell Brand is right – we need to talk more openly about suicide

“The line then that separates people who kill themselves and people that don’t is vague and uncertain, it is a line within each of us, not between us.”

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Mary-Jane Wiltsher
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Caroline Flack attends The BRIT Awards 2019 held at The O2 Arena on February 20, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)
People

The conversation we need to have about Caroline Flack

Love Island’s Iain Stirling has called for people to “be kinder” in a spine-tingling tribute to his co-star.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Life

This young woman’s fatal epilepsy story has gone viral, for the most beautiful reason

“You're all so lovely and kind. Amelia was such a beautiful girl. We miss her terribly.”

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Megan Murray
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Closeup shot of a nurse holding a patient's hand in comfort
Long Reads

The only resolutions you need to make, according to an intensive care nurse

“I feel as if I’ve found the New Year’s resolutions that will matter to all of us, in the end,” says Christie Watson.

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Christie Watson
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Life

The 5 most common regrets of the dying – and what we can learn from them

People on their deathbeds share these 5 common regrets.

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Bronnie Ware
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Megan Murray
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This story of how strangers helped one woman’s grief proves Christmas spirit is real

It's a Christmas miracle.

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Long Reads

This powerful open letter proves there is no right way to grieve

It’s completely valid to feel disenfranchised grief. Here’s some advice on how to cope.

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Catherine Renton
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Long Reads

“How I’ve learned to cope with grief at Christmas”

“This is a time to create your own rituals that heal, nurture and comfort you. And I promise you, it gets easier.”

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Poorna Bell
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Long Reads

The sixth stage of grief has been revealed, and it will help you find meaning after loss

The death of a loved one is, sadly, a pain we'll all experience. Here, leading grief expert David Kessler says finding meaning can help us cope with our loss.

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Natalie Cornish
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Why you need to talk to your family about grief.
People

“Why it’s important to talk about death with your family”

From funeral arrangements to organ donation, it’s important our family knows our views.

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Poorna Bell
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Farewell poetry for the recently bereaved
Books

Farewell poetry and readings to remember loved ones by

25 beautiful and meaningful pieces of poetry and prose to help you say goodbye

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Kayleigh Dray
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Long Reads

Yentl syndrome: how this little-known gender bias could be costing women their lives

Women’s pain and suffering is still too often dismissed as ‘all in our heads’.

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Sarah Graham
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Amy Lavelle
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Robbie Williams and Ayda Field’s loss is a staunch reminder that pet bereavement is real grief

The couple ‘cried their eyes out’ over the death of their beloved dog.

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Long Reads

Could the ancient Bhutanese art of ‘death recollection’ be the burnout cure we all need?

Suffering from the symptoms of burnout? The art of death recollection could have surprising benefits…

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Sophie Cockett
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