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When family or friends are faced with the loss of a loved one, they need support more than ever. My experience of watching my Mother, Father & Sister care for my amazing Grandmother made me acutely aware that messages of love, compassion, and support are important in letting people know that they are not alone.

Precious Journey Gifts was born through the grief I experienced when I lost my grandmother. I really wanted to treasure her memory and help my mother to keep her memory alive, especially at Christmas. I hope that the gifts available at Precious Journey will provide the same comfort and enable you to treasure the memory of your loved ones. I wanted to provide this same experience for others and thus, Precious Journey Gifts was created.

I have dedicated this business in memory of my grandmother , Maureen, and auntie, Linda, who are now in God’s care.

We hope that we can provide you with comfort through our gifts.

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HELPING WITH GRIEF

Grief & Healing

What is complicated Grief?

What is complicated Grief?

It’s common that grief will cause a strain on our day to day living, and normally it takes an extended period of time after a bereavement to start to adapt to life after the loss of a loved one. Even after coming to terms with loss, there will still be days that can leave the

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What are the 5 stages of grief?

What are the 5 stages of grief?

Grief is a journey. Although we wish we could somehow bypass or hurry this journey, unfortunately we cannot and must allow it to happen. We do not go through grief and come out the other side the same person, Grief changes people and we must accept the new ‘normal’ we have become. Five stages of

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Grieving in the workplace

Grieving in the workplace

While there are many types of loss that can affect you and your work such as divorce, ill health, retirement, poor performance leading to the loss of a major contract etc. This article focuses on trying to cope in the workplace while grieving for a loved one. Throughout the 5 stages of grief – denial,

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