Death and grief are not about forgetting, but about finding ways to remember. Sharing memories and talking about your child enables you to keep their memory alive and validate their existence. Memories can be found everywhere, and by taking an active part in creating ways to remember you can turn your memories into cherished possessions. Finding ways to remember can help you through the healing process and bring comfort when you need it most. aRemembering youa gives you practical advice on creating treasured memories and provides a guide for friends and families who wish to support bereaved parents.A practical guide for bereaved parents Andrea Notman ... or sent you ac A lock of hair ac Favourite bed time story ac The quilt from the cot/bed ac Drawings or school work ac Scan photo from when you were pregnant ac The funeral programme ac Homeanbsp;...
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