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- Open when you're sad. (Add some smiley or heart stickers inside)
- Open when you miss them. (Add a note inside using their loved one's name and share a story or memory.)
- Open when you're sad. (Include a handkerchief with words of encouragement written on it with a Sharpie)
- Open when you need to feel normal again for an hour. (Include a coupon for a trip to get ice-cream or coffee)
- Open when you need a break. (Include a coupon for a walk in a park, movie tickets, etc.)
- Open when you can't sleep. (Include some chamomile tea bags.)
- Open when you need a break from the world. (Include an eye mask or under eye patches.)
- Open when you have no energy to cook. (Include a gift card for Uber Eats, Panerra or a meal delivery service.)
- Open when you need a pick me up. (Include a Starbucks/Dunkin Donuts gift card)
- Open when you need encouragement. (Write a list of uplifting or supporting quotes)
- Open when you need a laugh. ( Include a funny cartoon, meme or joke)
- Open when you need a hug. (Include a small, soft stuffed animal, weighted pillow or a mini 'hug coupon'.)
- Open when you need a distraction. (Include a small puzzle, crossword, or adult coloring book.)
- Open when you need to breathe. (Include calming essential oil or a mini mindfulness guide.)
- Open when you need a friend. (Include a promise to meet up, no matter the time or place.)
- Open when you need hope. (Include a plant or flower seeds to symbolize new beginnings.)
- Open when you need comfort. (Include a cozy pair of socks)
- Open when you need to feel grounded. (Include a small mindfulness bell or meditation guide.)
- Open when the world feels too loud. (Include a soothing playlist or calming sounds.)
- Open when you need a moment of self-care. (Include a face mask, bath bomb, or a gift certificate for a massage.)
- Open when you need to remember it's okay to not be okay. (Include an empathetic letter, book or quote.)
- Open when you need a reminder of how much you're cared for. (Include a list of encouraging words that you've gathered from those around them.)
This just might be one of my favorite bereavement gift ideas! I'm definitely going to use this!
Grief happens to us all, yet it can feel incredibly isolating. During times of loss, words of comfort and support can provide sweet relief and help us navigate the complex emotions associated with grief.
We've curated a collection of healing grief quotes to offer uplifting comfort in any situation. Words can be a source of understanding, inspiration, and strength in the face of loss. They can offer assurance that others have tread this tangled path before us.
When someone in your life is grieving, it's natural to want to say something right away. It's also very natural to be afraid you're going to say the wrong thing.
Not sure how to express your condolences? Here are 10 quick and easy tips to help you send the perfect condolence message.
Losing a loved one is difficult for anyone, But it's especially hard for children who are often struggling to understand their emotions and process their grief.
While it's never easy to discuss death with children, these books can provide a gentle and comforting way to help them cope with loss and grief.
In this blog post, we'll explore the top 10 children's books about death that offer comfort, understanding, and hope for young readers.
You might be wondering who is the author of the "Life Blessing" poem? Renee Wood is the author who wrote the poem, "Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure...you are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure." This poem is protected by copyright. Usage of this poem represents copyright infringement.