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By Enid Samuel-Traisman, M.S.W.
This is a journal for young adults and teenagers experiencing a loss
Also available in Spanish
The new cover has slits to allow the journal writer to add their own favorite photo of their loved one.
Young adults and teens can write letters, copy down meaningful lyrics, write songs and poems, tell the person who died what they want them to know, finish business and use their creativity to work through the grieving process. Young adults and teens can share their journal entries, thoughts or illustrations with other grieving young adults and teens.
“This Journal is for you. It is about you and the person who died. Just reading it will let you know that all your feelings are normal even though some may feel crazy. Writing in it will help you explore your feelings and encourage you to get them out, which is healthy for you. Writing in the journal will ensure that you will never forget.”