Let’s Talk BereaveMENt


What is “Let’s Talk BereaveMENt?”

Last year, we launched our ‘Let’s Talk Bereavement’ campaign. The campaign aimed to shine a light on men’s bereavement and general mental health, exploring how men experience and express grief and the difficulties around communicating their mental health issues.

This year, we want to move the conversation forward. We want to discuss the effects of grief on men and how we as individuals, an organisation and a society can better understand men’s mental health and empower them to address their grief and mental health concerns.

Head over to our YouTube channel to view our full video library.

What’s Happening Near You

We have so many events happening across the country, for “Let’s Talk Bereavement”.
Take a look at our calendar to find an event happening near you, or visit our events page to see what 2wish have got planned for the rest of the year and beyond.

For more information on any of the events featured on this page, please contact support@2wish.org.uk or complete our contact form.

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How You Can Help

2wish supports anyone affected by the sudden and unexpected death of a child or young person aged 25 and under. Your generosity will help provide immediate support in the wake of a bereavement including; counselling, play therapy, complimentary therapies, community events and so much more.

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Mourning Men - Doing it Your Way

If you are a bereaved man, worrying about how to manage your grief can feel overwhelming. Our advice is designed to help you find the best way.

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Coming Soon...

Our series of articles written exclusively for our "Let's Talk Bereavement" campaign.

Coming Soon...

Our series of articles written exclusively for our "Let's Talk Bereavement" campaign.

Contact Us

If you, or someone you know is in need of support from the 2wish team, contact us here.

Useful Contacts

Find out more about different organisations who could help you, here.