We put out a call to action last week encouraging all of you out there, adults and kids alike, to write a letter to grief in honor of Children’s Grief Awareness Day. When the letters didn’t come rolling in, we decided the concept of a ‘letter’ may feel like a little much. I mean, it is 2015. My mom is lucky if she gets more than 140 characters from me at a time. So, we put out an update letting you know it could be a note, comment, drawing, Tweet… whatever. As promised, we are posting some of the responses we received. Sad that you forgot to reply? Fear not, you can leave your note to grief in the comments! Or, you know the social media drill:
- Tweet it at us (@WhatsYourGrief) and use the hashtag #deargrief
- Post it on Facebook and tag us
- Post it on Instagram using the hashtag #deargrief and tag us
Not a writer? Blue is the color of Children’s Grief Awareness Day, so you can also post your blue-themed photos on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with the hashtag #blue4you and #blue4kids instead. We will update this post with new submissions!
We know you have something to say to grief, so leave your message in the comments!