Grief Composting

Grief composting can be beneficial in restoring your inner environment - your inner garden - after the loss of a loved one.

A resource by Remembering A Life

Just as regular composting is beneficial for your garden’s environment, grief composting can be beneficial in restoring your inner environment – your inner garden – after the loss of a loved one by providing a process for exploring and resolving unresolved feelings; expressing feelings of love and loss; as well as emotionally placing your loved one in a place of beauty.

Grief composting can also serve as a helpful tool in restoring and maintaining a balanced inner environment when dealing with feelings of loss connected to the current COVID-19 outbreak and confinement. The disruption to daily life and activities and lack of social interaction can lead to feelings of grief that call for a process to resolve.

Learn more about grief composting on the Remembering A Life Blog: Grief Composting.

Our Inspiration

Warmer weather is here and many of us are spending most of our time at home so this may be the perfect time to get your hands dirty in the garden (or flower pot!). If you're grieving the death of a loved one, whether recent or in the past, grief composting can help you address unresolved issues in your relationship and/or honor the memory of your loved one with flowers or plans you can enjoy all summer long.
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