Let Yourself Grieve

Grieving appropriately means allowing ample time to remember and feel the loss, as well as opportunities to distract yourself and regroup. Following is a list of ways you can remember and grieve for your loved one. These activities may bring up a variety of emotions. If emotions are there, don’t run from them, but you also don’t have to experience them all at once. 

  • Write about your loved one in a journal 
  • Create a scrapbook of photos 
  • Tell stories about your loved one to friends and family
  • Say a prayer for your loved one 
  • Light a candle in his or her memory 
  • Visit his or her favorite place 
  • Plant a tree in your loved ones memory 
  • Hold a gathering to celebrate your loved one’s life

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