Writing to Remember

Most of us will, at one point or another, grieve the death of someone who meant the world to us. You may have shared everything with that beloved person, and now it feels like you’ve lost a vital part of yourself. And you want to remember everything you treasured about them.

But as you cope with the grief, you may start to feel like you may forget something. That’s why we created the guided journal of remembrance. Inspired by a caring, compassionate funeral director, this journal allows loved ones to record what made that person so special. You may wish to share this journal with younger generations; re-introducing them to a unique individual they didn’t have the opportunity to know very well. Bring it out at family gatherings to spark long-forgotten memories. Or, you may choose to keep your journal for your eyes only – to re-read in the future, to recollect and reflect.

Throughout the journal you will find “prompts” (questions and quotes) to help organize thoughts and to provide topics to write about. Along with the prompts, you will find blank pages for random memories to be jotted down or even to tape pictures in… the possibilities are endless.

This journal is designed to be flexible—to commemorate the life of anyone important to you. Some quotes and prompts may be more appropriate for certain relationships but not others. The spiral-bound pages allow you to remove the pages that you do not want.

Recommended by grief counselors, this unique journal provides a source for healing and organizing your thoughts during this particularly challenging time. Choose from four cover designs and go to www.lamcraft.com to learn more.

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2 thoughts on “Writing to Remember

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