Grief is a complicated and incredibly difficult feeling. It is hard to manage, and even harder to predict how it will affect you. It is important for us to realise that the process of healing from grief can take very long, and those who are affected need our love and support during this difficult time. Offer to listen, bring them food if they can’t manage to cook for themselves, or just make it known you’re always around to help. Any love and support is needed and appreciated, of course. And above all, use this day as a reminder that life is short. Share the love before it’s too late.
When Is National Grief Awareness Day?
August 30th of every year is observed as National Grief Awareness Day.
History Of National Grief Awareness Day
Angie Cartwright founded National Grief Awareness Day in 2014.