Honoring My Loved One: A Remembrance Journal (Deep Blue)
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Honoring My Loved One is a 104-page journal created to help process the loss of a loved one and keep their memory alive. The journal includes prompts and designated space to help remember your loved one's life, their personality and the things you loved about them. It also includes sections to write about favorite memories with a loved one, the event of their death and their memorial service.
Commemorate a loved one’s memory through guided prompts that help to easily recall the most meaningful moments of your life together. The premium quality and embossed linen hardcover ensure that this keepsake will last for future generations.
This journal is perfect for anyone who is grieving the loss of a loved one. It is a thoughtful and meaningful gift that can help cope with grief and find healing.
Cover Material: Linen
Page Count: 104
Size: 6" x 9" x 0.4''
Paper Weight: 100 gsm
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HEAL THROUGH WRITING
From grieving to healing, a tool to help you process the loss of a loved one.
THE PERFECT GIFT
When a loved one is suffering and you want a meaningful way to help.
To help you find comfort and keep memories of your loved one alive.
The practice of journaling lowers your heart rate and boosts your mood.
PROMPTS YOU'LL FIND IN THIS JOURNAL
Event of Death:
Where were you when they died?
What stories were shared about your loved one?
My favorite part with you:
Funniest memory with you:
These scents remind me of you: