July 30 2018

By: Jackie Hook
Monday, July 30, 2018

Shifting Your Connection can be done in countless ways. Below are 16 tips taken from https://whatsyourgrief.com:

  1. Talk to them. 
  2. Write letters to the person you lost.  
  3. Keep photos of the person around.  
  4. Incorporate your loved one into events and special days. 
  5. Imagine what advice they would give you when making tough decisions.  
  6. Talk about them with new people, who never got to know your loved one
  7. Live your life in a way you know they would be proud of. 
  8. Finish a project they were working on. 
  9. Take a trip they always wanted to take. 
  10. Keep up their Facebook page. 
  11. Adopt a hobby that they enjoyed.  
  12. Create a Dear Photograph. 
  13. Plan for the anniversary. 
  14. Keep something that belonged to your loved one. 
  15. Enjoy comfort foods. 
  16. Experience your loved one’s presence.  

I hope you find comfort in how you Shift Your Connection.

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