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Faces of Grief

Date
February 9, 2012
Author
Megan Holder
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As we prepare for Grief Awareness Day 2012, we are launching the ‘Faces of Grief’ photo stream on our blog. ‘Faces of Grief’ will allow individuals to put a face to grief as they share their story. On this blog we will be collecting the images and sharing them as part of a Flickr stream that will appear on the home page. We hope to have many stories posted well in advance of March 1.

Anna Ruth Williams – Her Grief Story

How can you participate? Write your story in no more than 75-100 words on a light color piece of paper with a sharpie-like marker so that it is easy to read. Once you’ve written your story, have a photo taken of yourself holding the page. Email the photo to [email protected] and it will be added to the photo stream.

Please share this request with colleagues, clients, family and friends who you think would feel compelled to share their story.

Thank you for helping us create a world where it is okay to grieve!

Would you like to share your story? Please contact us at [email protected]

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