This site is a collection of messages that underline the fact that grief is good and necessary. Each post is a response to the following question:
"If you could send a message to a deceased loved one, what would you say?"
Writing messages to lost loved ones can be a comforting exercise that brings order to unresolved and confusing thoughts that have lingered since the time of a person's death. This "letting it out" can be liberating.
Reading messages written to lost loved ones can be equally comforting in the recognition of similar post-death feelings experienced by others. Dealing with death is an isolating process, and reading other people's diverse messages may help ease feelings of loneliness.
Both writing and reading messages can be a starting point to the return of some kind of normality in life.
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