“Sustained grief is particularly disturbing in a culture that offers a quick fix for pain. Sometimes it amazes me to know intuitively that the grieving are all around us yet we do not see any overt signs of their anguished spirits. We are taught to feel shame about grief that lingers. Like a stain on our clothes, it marks us as flawed, imperfect. To cling to grief, to desire its expression, is to be out of sync with modern life, where the hip do not get bogged down in mourning.”
– bell hooks in all about love, p. 200
Information Box Group
Addressing the needs of family members/friends, healthcare/front line workers, and educators who are supporting others through grief during and/or related to COVID-19.
Addressing the needs of individuals, organizations, and governments who are planning memorials to publicly mourn and remember those who have died from COVID-19.