As Time Passes Booklet - About
Many people underestimate the grief they’ll experience in the days and weeks surrounding the anniversary of a loved one’s death. Right around when many people start to feel like they’re coping ‘okay,’ – familiar sights, sounds, dates, and reminders can bring the events of the year before rushing back.
One of the top recommendations to people, professionals, and organizations wishing to support someone who’s grieving is to remember to check-in around the anniversary of the loved one’s death. What's Your Grief created this resource with this intention in mind.
In this four-panel accordion fold brochure, they discuss:
- The significance of the year-mark of a loved one’s death
- Communicating with family and friends about the day
- Planning how you will cope with the day
- Ideas for coping and memorialization