The TV presenter and life coach was forced to bring up sons Bobby, 14, and Freddie, 12, as a single dad following the death of their mum Jade Goody from cervical cancer in 2012.Admitting that he doesn’t always get things right, Jeff said: “I regret that we never got a pet.He recently released his first book entitled The Grief Survival Guide as a tool to help those dealing with the loss of a loved one.Jeff has spoken openly about his experiences as a single dad trying to guide his children through their bereavement.Earlier this year he appeared on ITV’s This Morning to run a “coping with grief” phone-in offering help to those going through similar.Another was a terminal cancer sufferer who wanted advice on how best to broach the subject of her dying with her children.But after a year I should have thought: ‘How am I coping?
She spends half the week with us in Essex and half in Brighton, where she’s from. I'm not sure if they still look like this today because I haven't seen them since breakfast when they ditched me for their holiday crew! #Fun #Friends #Grateful A post shared by Jeff Brazier (@jeffbrazier) on Do we hear wedding bells? I’m not great at grooming, but I tend not to eat junk, although I did a lot of comfort eating while writing the book – lots of chocolate. I’d tell myself that I was going to go through something more challenging than I’d ever think possible, but not to put so much pressure on myself and to understand that if I feel content and balanced, the boys will too.
Jeff won the support from viewers online, who tweeted: “@Jeff Brazier [hat] goes off to you.
The help and changes you’re making in peoples lives.
But I didn’t, so for four or five years it stayed as it was.
Read more about Jeff Brazier here Your girlfriend of three years, PR girl Kate Dwyer, has talked about being a stepmum on Twitter, admitting that it can be ‘challenging and overwhelming,’ but that certain moments make it worthwhile… I know what she meant – it was about the challenges we face integrating her into the boys’ lives.