Due to this terrible pandemic now gripping the world, BUK is now hearing more and more sad stories from members in our support forums and Facebook groups loosing loved ones and dear friends to the virus.
With the current lockdown now in place to protect us all, this has also put a lot of extra burden on those already grieving the loss of a loved one for whatever reason, and feeling even more lost and lonely than ever before.
With this in mind I decided to offer free to my members and visitors here,, Click here Zoom Live Chat. This will enable people who just need to have a chat with someone who understands what they themselves are going through to support one another. You may wonder how this would work talking to complete strangers, but I can assure you that after running this site for almost 20 years, trust me it really does, and can also turn into making lifelong friends. You will be prompted to download Zoom on your device which is safe and used globally by many major companies for conferencing etc. Please go in at 8pm each evening so as not to miss one another and miss out on maybe a lovely evening not spent alone. Click here Zoom Live Chat If asked for an ID 323-978-111 enter without the dashes.
Bereavement is indeed one of the most painful emotions the human body has to deal with during our lifetime. Bereavementuk is here to support you no matter where in the world you happen to be.
Our site was created nearly 20 years ago to be a lifeline to help, especially after the initial support drops off, the phone rings less and less and people call to see you less frequently. It's now when you're feeling totally lost and very alone, that Bereavementuk will be of enormous help and support for you.
The pain you may be feeling right now can seem almost unbearable at times, but will be fully understood and felt by the people of all ages we have in our forum. Our members offer a listening ear, friendly support and advice with comforting words on those lonely days and nights.
The Bereavementuk Support Forum and it's live Chat Room are where people who have lost loved ones will help you through this heartbreaking time, and I promise it really will help towards healing you. There are no professionals here, just people like yourself who by using their own experiences, will enable them to support and guide you through the grief, pain, anger, helplessness & loneliness you are now feeling. You are not alone - come and join what is probably one of the best bereavement support groups on the internet and see for yourself.
There is no charge, no payment is asked for ever, we do not sell books or services. You can join straight away with ease - just use the main menu above and follow the links.
May I offer you my sincere condolences for whatever reason has bought you here and I am glad you found us.
Founder of Bereavementuk Jun 2000
We have very successful Facebook Groups for giving and receiving heartfelt support. There is up to date information on what is going on in the BUK forums and Live Chat rooms, including details of the many 'mini meet ups' planned all over the country for this year, where forum members often, very quickly, make lifelong friends with people who are experiencing the very same emotions that they are. All are welcome to join us for a truly wonderful time where much laughter and uplifting of spirit can be found.
From members requesting us to do so, we have now formed a new sister group to the main BUK group for the very much needed support for the, "BUK Loss Of A Child"
Here is the direct link to. BUK The Loss Of A Child Support Group
Due to the amazing support she found at a very difficult time, Rita Kenyon (shown center), decided, secretly, to spread the word about BUK. She wanted to get this 'lifeline' on television to help many others out there and nominated it for the ITV GMB Health Star Awards. Nominations from people using the forum poured in, and one very moving and heartfelt letter was chosen, written by Angela Pinner. From thousands this got BUK to the final 20, then the final 3. We ended up as the runner up and made it to the televised award ceremony in London on 24th April 2017. Dave, Forum Founder, was presented with this award by Debbie McGee, who lost her own husband, Paul Daniels last year, in 'recognition for all he had done, voluntary, to help others.' Dave accepted the award but said it was "On behalf of every member who has ever given support to another person on this amazing site." Please join us to see why Bereavementuk is recognised as being a true life saver for many thousands over 19 years.
Televised for the ITV Good Morning Britain Heath Stars Award Ceremony 25th April 2017.
HERE IS A DIRECT LINK TO OUR FACEBOOK GROUP Bereavementuk.co.uk Facebook Group
Video curtesy of ITV GMB