Journaling can help calm the fear center of our brain, which typically runs on overdrive throughout the grieving process. Being able to write, read, and re-read your journal entries can help you process painful memories as they fit into your life story. 

Grief Book

These books remind us that literature can serve as a guiding light in our darkest moments, offering wisdom, empathy, and the reassurance that we are not alone in our grief. They encourage us to embrace the complexity of our emotions, reflect on our beliefs and values, and find meaning in our unique grief journeys 

Teddy Bear

Stuffed animals can provide comfort and solace when people are grieving a loss. For example, research has found that adults who have experienced the death of a loved one may find comfort in hugging a stuffed animal, as it can provide the feeling of physical closeness that is often missing after a death 

(2) Candle Sticks

The act of candle lighting can be therapeutic, allowing you to focus on the positive memories and life-affirming moments you shared with the person being celebrated. It is a powerful way to honor their memory and create a lasting tribute while also providing an outlet for grief and healing.