Where end of life does not mean
end of care
Here is the free 'What To Do Next' checklist for things to do after the loss of your loved one. It is not all inclusive but covers immediate items that will help you through the process. Thank you!
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Today, August 30th, is National Grief Awareness Day. This is a day to support those who are dealing with the pain of grieving. There are many people grieving right now. In my church family, high school classmate families, and even in my own family and rest in peace to my cousin who just passed away yesterday. August 30 just happens to be in between the dates my hubby transitioned on 24 August and our anniversary on 6 September.
This day is to support those who are grieving. Remember that grief is different for everyone. You can be in the stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance at different times, one at a time, several at one time or back and forth. When you hear me speaking about my husband or my mom it is with joy! My belief is that 'memories rock' and I love the memories of my loved ones because they make me smile.
For today, take some time to remember others who may be suffering from loss, say a prayer for them, give them a call, text and let them know you care. Take by some food, offer to babysit or go shopping for them. Remember there is no one way to grieve and there are people like me and organizations like mine who care about you. Message me or contact me through marjorelynnbowden.com for support and resources. I am here for you.
And in whatever you do, always reach for the rainbow.