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  1. Sherbears

    Something I could do

    Thank you all for your empathy and advice. I like the journal idea a lot!
  2. Sherbears

    Something I could do

    Hi Marty, Thank you so much for your response. I agree, I think you are right. I will write a letter! Sherbears
  3. Hi I'm new to this group. I found this site doing a search and am glad I found you. My granddaughter's first death anniversary is approaching. She died just one month short of her 1st birthday. This was a tragedy that has torn my family apart; specifically my daughter and myself. She feels that I am over-shadowing her need to mourn for her own daughter and wont' give her space to grieve. It was never intentional, but possibly that's what I was doing. It's just my grandchild's death tore me apart and I didn't know how to deal; my only comfort was my need to be with my daughter. Nonetheless, my daughter and I are barely speaking. I would like to do something for my daughter to offer some comfort her daughter's death anniversary, since it's probable that we won't be spending this anniversary together. I thought about a spa day, a basket, flowers. I'm not sure what to give that is very special. Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you, Sherbears