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Welcome to My Memorial
As the world turns, a memorial for the losses of abortion, miscarriage, disease and assaults, wars, and other disturbances make sense. We lose our loved ones. We lose our relationships. We lose our self.
These storms form what some call a “life dominating hurt.” The losses force us to the point of needing to address the unresolved grief loss. Thus, it is important for all of us to grieve our losses. This memorial service is available day or night to give you an opportunity to grieve your losses in a dignified way!
Remembering those who went to Jesus Before Birth
Why a Memorial Service Online?
Coping with the loss of a close friend or family member may be one of the hardest challenges that many of us face. When we lose a spouse, sibling, a child, or unborn child or parent our grief can be particularly intense. It may not be a pregnancy, it could be a person, a job, a career or a dream that has been lost. The loss is understood as a natural part of life, that too often we try to overcome by denial and coping, leading to prolonged periods of sadness or depression. Losses should be grieved. Unresolved grief can turn pathological. The sadness typically diminishes in intensity as time passes, but grieving is an important process in order to overcome these feelings. Acknowledge that you have lost it.Embrace that memory you have of it or them or whatever it is you lost. Allow yourself permission to say goodbye and let go.
The concept of a closure memorial has been part of the human culture since the days of Adam and Eve. However, within the community of recovery for abortion, in the early days, the first workbook and first pocketbook on abortion recovery neither embraced or offered a closure memorial service. It was the workbook called “Healing the Hurts of Abortion” written in 1987 introduced the concept of a closure memorial service. Over the years 1987 until 1997, Last Harvest-The Outreach’s founder traveled to twenty-five states training over 2,500 directors and staff of pregnancy resource centers.
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