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How can a LifePost help with grieving?

Elizabeth Sams
I think every loss is different, and no grieving process is predictable. But in my experience, an important part of grieving is the replaying of memories - both alone and in company with others missing the same person. There is comfort in remembering who and what you've lost, sharing silly jokes and sentimental stories with other people who are feeling the same loss. That's a feature of most funerals, memorials, wakes, shivas, but once everyone goes home, grieving becomes more solitary and more lonely.

Collaborating on a LifePost is way to continue the communal story-telling, grieving, and appreciating. And since LifePosts has no time limit, people can contribute when the time is right for them.