Grief journals and diaries allow you to not only express the feelings that arise after death and loss, but to review your progress through the stages of grief. You need to take time to pause, reflect, and focus on yourself. It is important to express any feelings you may have during the grieving process.
Grief work journals and grief work diaries allow you to record thoughts, emotions, and feelings that otherwise may be lost or overlooked. Death and loss can cause intense emotions. Many report feeling relieved or more at peace after expressing these feelings in a grief journal.
Reflection through the process of grief is important. Reflecting on a previous state of mind allows you to understand how far you have come. The grief cycle is not always a fluid process, which makes frequent reflection all that more important. It is important to note the changes in mindset and yourself through your writing.
This 3 month Deluxe Grief Work Journal features:
- Daily Mood Tracker
- Daily Positive and Negative Tracker
- Daily Entry area
- Thought Provoking Questions
- Monthly Review
- Goal Tracking
- Journaling tools (Bookmarks, Tags, Etc)
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.27(d)|
About the Author
Grievers often refuse to use words such as death, dead, or died. Using these words bring up painful emotions or memories, but more importantly it shows a form of acceptance. This is why it is often avoided.
In the end, the griever must be allowed to take their own time to come to terms with the reality of the loss. Pushing might worsen the situation and cause them to regress. Patience is key and everyone handles loss differently.
"Grief is simply the price we pay for love."
The deeper the love, the greater intensity of the grief that follows loss. At it's core, grief is a form of emotional pain.