Earlier today I watched the documentary about the footballer and his struggle with bereavement - what a moving film it was.
It's an area that people are naturally nervous of approaching (let alone discussing) with the bereaved, and maybe especially so with men due to the 'big boys don't cry' nonsense that's drummed into them from their early days. This film was remarkable for not being intrusive or mawkish, it was caring, informative and thought-provoking, showing that the very comfortable cushion of money cannot protect one against the dross of life.
If you haven't watched it I recommend it, in many ways it isn't easy viewing but it is very worthwhile. DD
Have you got the despatches? No, I always walk like this. Eddie Braben