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So what is Grief Journey in a Jar?
You find/buy a container such as a jar, bag, or box for small notes with grief tips and quotes which you will download, print, cut apart, fold and put in the “Grief Journey in a Jar” for a friend who has lost a child. The idea is they select one note out of the jar per day for as long as there are quotes in the jar.
The “kit” comes with 96 quotes and tips, labels for the container you can personalize as well as instructions. Examples of some of the quotes below. If there is one you don’t like, leave it out. Maybe you want to add a little personal note and add it to the mix. It’s up to you and you can be creative.
You can’t fix their hurt
But you can show you care with something thoughtful and special they won’t get from just anyone. I wasn’t able to read a book at first. All the words ran together. This is “digestible content” for a grieving parent, meaning that they’ll be able can read one of these per day.
The download comes with instructions, a label you can personalize and the 96 quotes/tips.
This work/download is copyright protected by Emotionally Naked LLC. Please do not sell, distribute, copy for anything other than personal use.
Personal use is defined as printing out the pages, cutting them apart, folding the squares and placing them in a container (jar or gift bag) and offering as a gift as part of the Grief Journey in a Jar project to provide connection for a grieving person after loss of a child.
You may print and “make” as many grief jars/bags for friends from your downloaded copy as you wish. Please do not send the download you signed up for to friends/relatives. Instead, ask others to find it on EmotionallyNaked.com. Key words ‘Grief Journey in a Jar.’ Thank you.