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Navigating Grief During the Holidays


The holidays can be tough for those struggling with grief. In this article, we provide some guidance and support as you navigate what can be triggering for those experiencing grief. In times like these, remember that healing is a gradual process — and it’s ok not to be ok.

Normalize Grief

Grief is not a sign of weakness; it’s a sign of love. The holiday season magnifies the weight of grief, and it’s entirely normal to feel its impact more intensely.


Shares Stories

Keeping the spirit of your special someone alive is a beautiful way to cope. Share stories that highlight the best and funniest moments of their life.


Revisit Precious Memories

Flip through old photo albums and cherish those photos that bring back the moments spent with your loved one. Pick a favorite photo and keep it close by.


Create New Traditions

Honor the memory of your loved one with a new holiday tradition. It could be as simple as lighting a candle or cooking a favorite dish.


Reach Out For Support

Reach out to your circle—friends, family, or a therapist can provide a comforting presence during this challenging time. Consider joining the WhiteFlag App (, a supportive community that understands the shared experience of grief. You don’t have to navigate this journey alone.


Support Others

Sometimes, extending a listening ear or a helping hand to someone else can bring a sense of purpose and healing. Joining the WhiteFlag App allows you to engage in a community built on mutual support, whether you're seeking support or providing it to others.


Honor Yourself

Recognize the strength within yourself. Every emotion, every memory, and every attempt to navigate this season is a step toward healing. You’re making it through this.


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