Grief Warrior Box
Grief Warrior Box
The Grief Warrior box is the perfect gift to say “I’m thinking of you and acknowledging your grief.” It’s also a lovely gift for yourself when grieving. When the recipient opens the box, they will find a hand-written card with lovely words from the gifter. They will also discover a beautiful card that shares the Grief Warrior story and a description of all of the products including why they were chosen. The products beautifully wrapped in slate tissue paper are: a “Ways to Help” notepad, an In Mourning badge, “Keep Going” temporary tattoos, a grief-specific “Angel Catcher” journal and luxurious pen, a “In Loving Memory” book on grief, on-the-go tissue packs, and an Anxiety-relief essential oils roll-on. Many items are custom made, created with love by people in grief.
Boxes are shipped 48-72 hours after order.
This Grief Warrior box is a beautiful gift that a grieving person can give themselves or someone who loves them can send. It contains helpful, useful, healing products that I would have loved during my darkest, saddest days. The box ships in a Grief Warrior box, the products are wrapped in tissue and a hand-written card is included. Here’s what it contains and why:
Ways to Help notepad: When people asked me how they could help, I was too overwhelmed to know the answer. Over time, I realized that enabling the people who love me to help me is actually a gift to them - they just want to do something. And it helps me too. This checklist gives the grieving person and the people who love them many ideas of helpful tasks.
Grief Warrior tissue packs: Grieving means crying. And it makes sense -- my person is dead. No need to hold in the tears -- tissues included. Let it go, as loudly and often as you want, even in aisle seven in the grocery store.
Keep Going temporary tattoos: After Steve died, I wrote KEEP GOING on my arm. I just needed the reminder to put one foot in front of the other. The despair and darkness could overwhelm. These Keep Going temporary tattoos are an easy reminder that the grieving person’s #1 job is to just keep going.
Anxiety Relief essential oils: Anxiety is a very real part of grief, often an overlooked part. It showed up for me as panic attacks multiple times a day. This essential oils blend (silver fir, ylang ylang, Norway spruce, juniper needle and cedarwood) was specifically designed for anxiety relief and may bring grounding during a very upside down time.
In Mourning badge: When you have a broken heart, no one can tell from the outside. An overly cheery receptionist could take all the energy I had for the day. I developed this In Mourning magnetic badge to be a sign to the world that gentleness is required. I recommend that a grieving person place the badge their heart as a reminder to also be gentle with themselves.
In Loving Memory book: I felt so alone and isolated in grief. This beautiful gift book contains quotes from other grieving people. Hearing other people’s stories was not only healing but also connected me to a broader grieving community.
Angel Catcher journal & Grief Warrior pen: Many grieving people have shared with me that they want to capture stories of their loved one and they want to express their grief somehow. This beautiful journal written by a mother after the death of her child contains many writing prompts to get it down and get it out.