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...you permanently lost a part of yourself, and now you have to learn how to live without it.
Every day you have to work, study, say hi to people, buy groceries, basically exist while carrying the fact that your limb is gone. You're incomplete.
What makes it worse is nobody seems to notice that your limb is gone!
Sometimes, when you're preoccupied, you also forget that you're missing a limb. But when you slow down and everything is quiet, you notice its absence.
And the pain and guilt for forgetting and daring to be happy start all over again.
It's never a good idea to keep big emotions inside. That's like stuffing laundry in your laundry basket for months, hoping no one will notice, including you.
You have to somehow release the pain so it won't keep eating at you.
That's what grief journaling is for.
Writing about your loved one's death and how it has affected you can be cathartic and give you clarity and hope.
Ultimately, it can be the start of your healing process and eventually finding a way to move forward in life - missing limb and all.
The Dalamhati Guided Grief Journal is a tool that can help the bereaved navigate grief. It uses the 4 Tasks of Mourning proposed by psychologist and grief expert J. William Worden to serve as an outline and guide to the grief process.
These 4 tasks are:
These tasks are meant to guide the bereaved to grieve in a healthy way and eventually move forward in life.
The Dalamhati Grief Journal is designed for everyone who lost a loved one regardless of who, when, and how the loved one died, and regardless of your religious beliefs.
Don't just take our word for it. Hundreds have already tried and experienced the benefit of grief journaling. Here's what customers have to say:
Made with love for every grieving person fighting for another day. Perfect as a gift for yourself or a grieving family/friend. 🤎
excellent quality from packaging to journal and the contents. Thank you so much.
Very accommodating seller
Quality: Great quality. The journal is sturdy.
Appearance: Nice and neat.
Suitability: I recommend it a hundred percent to people who still grieve their loved ones.