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10 Tips To Remember Your Loved One (Infographic)

Keeping The Memories Of Your loved Ones Alive by Mira 10 TIPS TO Remember Your loved Ones 66 You cannot stop the birds of sorrow from flying over your head, but you can stop them nesting in your hair. 99 Eva Ibbotson THOUGHTCATALOG.COM 66 Tears have a wisdom all their own. They come when a person has relaxed enough to let go and to work through his sorrow. They are the natural bleeding of an emotional wound, carrying the poison out of the system. Here lies the road to recovery. 99 F. Alexander Magoun THOUGHTCATALOG.COM 1 MARK THEIR ANNIVERSARIES & BIRTHDAYS Make it a routine to celebrate their death anniversary and birthday. Gather your friends and family in a small ceremony and celebrate your loved ones life together. Create happy moments to help others who are still mourning. DEDICATE A CANDLE HOLDER FOR THEM Write your loved one's name on a candle holder then light it whenever you think of them. Laing Menory of Jehn You can do the same on special occasions. 3. LET LOOSE A BALLOON Let loose a balloon every time you visit the cemetery. It can be on their birthday or on a special occasion. 66 Balloons have many metaphorical meanings. Balloons signify trying to hold onto something but also signify letting go. With life, holding onto something that is not staying with you by choice is also very sinking, empty, and scary feeling. That is until you let it go and feel how freeing the release is. Sometimes we struggle so hard to keep something or someone with us, that we don't see that the answer lies in letting go. 99 Deborah Tindle DEBORAHTINDLE.BLOGSPOT.COM 4 PLANT A TREE You could plant a tree to remember a loved ones life. The tree will symbolize a new life or birth. As it grows and blooms, you will establish a connection and relinquish the lament of that loved one when the tree is grown. This could also be a part of your therapy when you are feeling down. You may simply relate to the tree and absorb all of the wonderful green energy that surrounds it, thus uplifting your soul. COLLAGE THERAPY TO COPE WITH GRIEF he best If you are a creative and visual individual, this is an active way of coping. Create a collage of pictures of your loved one from every stage of their life. It's a great way to remember all the wonderful times and memories you shared when they were alive. 66 COLLAGE is beneficial in this restructuring by providing the medium for experimentation, discovery, and protest. Just as collage connects materials, it connects the past and the present. 99 The Wiley Handbook of Art Therapy COLLAGE AS A TOOL FOR COPING WITH GRIEF FRAME A CHERISHED MEMORY OR LEGACY Create a permanent memory of their legacy by framing a precious moment from their life. A great achievement in life. Favorite place they had visited. A special milestone in their life: wedding, graduation, children, etc. ENGRAVE THEIR NAME Craft or engrave their names on a tree or big decorative stones around your garden. In moments of sadness, you could look at the engraving and smile. John Dwell 80 CRAFT A KEEPSAKE Turn their favourite piece of clothing into a stuff toy like a teddy bear or pillowcase to use as a keepsake or a decorative element in the house. It all depends on how you would like to keep their memory alive. KEEP A LOVED ONE'S ACCESORY TO WEAR Keep a loved one's accessory to wear if you don't want to lose the attachment. Having a piece of a person's life with you at all times can help you feel a lot closer to your loved one, whether it is a heirloom or just something special that belongs to them. 66 When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure. 99 Anonymous THOUGHTCATALOG.COM 66 A feeling of pleasure or solace can be so hard to find when you are in the depths of your grief. Sometimes it's the little things that help get you through the day. You may think your comforts sound ridiculous to others, but there is nothing ridiculous about finding one little thing to help you feel good in the midst of pain and sorrow! 99 Elizabeth Berrien THOUGHTCATALOG.COM 10 CREMATION JEWELRY: ASHES AS A LIFTIME MEMORABILIA. If you opted for cremation, you would need a special urn to store and secure the ashes of your loved one. Cremation jewelry is a way to keep your loved one close to your heart and small enough to wear. 3 CHOICES: You may put the cremation ashes in the urn and leave it in a columbarium. You may scatter their ashes in a place that is special to your loved one's memory. You may keep a portion of the cremation ashes and store them in the form of JEWELRY. This option allows you to wear a beautiful piece of jewelry while treasuring the life of your loved one. Here are some of your CREMATION JEWELRY OPTIONS: Photo-engraved Locket Pendants Fingerprint Embed Cylinder Pendants Message Engrave Capsule Pendants Animal Themed for Pets Bracelet Remembrance For those that want to keep their loved ones close to their heart, CREMATION JEWELRY provides the most personal and discreet way to keep the memories of your loved one alive. Created and Designed by: RESOURCES: THOUGHTCATALOG.COM DEBORAHTINDLE.BLOGSPOT.COM COLLAGE AS A TOOL FOR COPING WITH GRIEF - The Wiley Handbook of Art Therapy by Mira foreve

10 Tips To Remember Your Loved One (Infographic)

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Have you recently lost a loved one? Are you grieving over the loss of your grandmother, father or your beloved pet? Are you in the depths of despair and have lost the will to eat? We know that death ...




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