A Mother's Journey Through Grief

My Story

My first child suffered with brain damage 3 days after birth, this led to a multitude of other health problems which has followed through his life until today.  In 2018, my younger son, Dev Naran who was only one year younger than the older one, passed away in a road traffic accident after visiting his critically ill brother in hospital.

Grieving the lives of both my sons is now a part of my life.  My older son who is alive but will never do what regular children do and my younger son who had hopes and dreams will never be fulfilled.  The bond between them physically broken and yet spiritually bonded forever.


February 17, 2020

Empowerment: Love Yourself

For all of Neel's life, I fought. Fought for him, his care, his diagnosis, his medication, his treatment, his voice, his life. I fought and fought, and I was exhausted.…
January 25, 2020

Everyone Wears Their Grief in Different Ways

I have taken this path to help others by sharing my story. I have learnt to become resilient to people who are awkward or insensitive to me and my grief.…
January 20, 2020

BBC Breakfast Meera Naran

This is what surviving grief looks like for me. Raising awareness and saving lives. To not allow this happen to anyone else and not let another family go through the…
January 18, 2020

Interview with BBC Asian Network

Listen to my interview with BBC Asian Network - I talked about grief in the Asian community. Thank you @Nihal Arthanayake for talking with me about this important topic. The…


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