Trinity Public Relations is proud to be involved in the launch of Cardiac Risk in the Young’s latest bereavement booklet ‘Young Sudden Cardiac Death: A Partners’ Grief’. Created and compiled by CRY’S Founder and CEO Alison Cox MBE, the booklet features 10 personal accounts written from the perspective of wives, husbands, boyfriends and girlfriends whose partners died suddenly from a previously undiagnosed heart condition.
The booklet officially launches on Valentine’s Day (Friday 14 February 2014) a date so synonymous with the heart. However, as the bereavement support team at CRY know too well, it is also a time of year that can be exceptionally hard for those who have lost someone deeply loved which is why specialist support, particularly from those who have been through a similar experience is so important.
Although there’s no cure for a broken heart, knowing that you’re not alone can be a big comfort.
For more information about CRY’s Bereavement Support programme or to download a copy of the new booklet, please go to CRY’s website at