National Grief Awareness Day comes on August 30 of every year. Everyone in the world will get’s affect, when they lose their loved ones. National Grief Awareness Day on August 30 recognizes the time which takes to recover from the loss. It doesn’t have any designated course but it is a reminder conclusion occurs in many forms.
“I believe that imagination is stronger than knowledge. That myth is more potent than history. That dreams are more powerful than facts. That hope always triumphs over experience. That laughter is the only cure for grief. And I believe that love is stronger than death.” – Robert Fulghum
History of National Grief Awareness Day
In 2014, Angie Cartwright created the National Grief Awareness Day. Familiar with the loss, Cartwright too became lost in grief. She has become dedicated to bringing support to those who have suffered like her and teaching others to the realities of bereavement. To understand how to help people, including yourself, cope with depression, sometimes it is beneficial to try and understand exactly what grief is. Grief is a response to the loss of someone or something important in your life. Sometimes, bonds of affection or love that make it that much harder to cope with the influx of emotions. But still many of us forget the cognitive, cultural and philosophical difficulties that can come from losing someone close to us. National Grief Awareness Day is a perfect day to learn how to recover from the grief.
Other Celebrations on August 30
August 30 is also celebrated as
How to Celebrate National Grief Awareness Day
The best way to celebrate the National Grief Awareness Day is by helping the peoples who are in grief. If there are too many problems, sometimes looking into a counsellor, therapist or another expert will be a great idea to come out of the problem. But remember, no matter what the circumstances are, be there for them and offer your help if they need it. You can use the hashtag #GriefAwarenessDay to post on social media.