Perfect Gift Ideas for Someone in Grief : Christmas is coming and everybody is looking forward to enjoy the festival and holidays. But, life is not same for everybody. There are people those are going through tough times. Either may be the reason, any loss or emotional distress, financial worries or future concerns. Anything, people can be worried upon, or going through grieving. These people can be anyone between us, our friends and family, relative or any other known or unknown person.
But, being human we can always share their sorrows and worries. As it’s well known, Share a sorrow is half a sorrow.
When any person is experiencing grief, they feel lonely, devastated and generally don’t interact with anybody but always feel that somebody may come and share their sorrows. But, how you can start any conversation or can enter that private space of their thoughts in which they are currently finding themselves helpless and sad.
The best way is to start with a gift. Gift that not only touches that sad person, but also make them think that you care about them and can provide support in overcoming their sorrows. Gifts that make your impression so supportive and caring, that you can enter the private space of mind of that sad person.
Here are some gift ideas that you can think of gifting someone in grief:
Fresh flowers always contain a fresh vibes in them. All the positivism of nature is represented in the form of flowers. The most beautiful creation of nature, full of colors, positive smells and vibes of energy in contained in those flowers. Apart from motivating these flowers also helps in condolences extended to person in grief. The most polite way to say someone you support.
Sympathy Hamper is one of the best choices to motivate anyone who is feeling low. You can show your concerns and sympathy for them. Combination of flowers and candles enlightens sad person to bring the positive energy back in their life. The light from flavored smell candles fills the body with fresh blossoms of nature and spreads the aroma all around your space.
Music is known as one of the best healers. Music can change your mood, whatever you may be thinking at that time, but music really affects the thought process in our brain. You can gift a good quality Music system, with wireless connectivity options. You can store songs collected in portable storage attached to the music system, to restore the mood of the person. May it be a Christmas song or song for mood uplift, you can also customise the playlist if know the person too close.
From ages books are known to be mankind’s best companion and guide. Motivation books have so much of impact on human psychology that it can totally change the mindset affected by any kind of Down syndrome. Books provide knowledge and experiences of writers, which sets as an example to the reader and hence can motivate sad person to overcome their sorrows.
We believe more that we see, apart from reading text or listening. Visuals are more effective and quick to grasp. An Image speaks itself. They hide a story in them and can present scene that can be described in many words. Images tend our brain to think about them, to analyse them. An Image in a form of Inspirational Portraits can be gifted to a person who is feeling low. Optimistic approach forwarded by an image directly conveys its messages to the brain and easily take away the attention from grief to happiness.
Hugs are known as best supportive action. When we are in grief or may be happy, we find someone to hug, to pass on our feelings, to share out joy, to feel them closer to us. Sometimes, when there is nobody to hug around us or we tend to hide our feelings from others, we miss that hug. Soft toys can be best alternative to give hug too. You can gift a soft toy of silky-smooth, soft fur to give best supportive feel. Soft toys are also assumed as companions to share your feelings you can’t say to others, which ultimately lowers the burden on mind and hence can be helpful in getting rid of grief.
Gifts are ways to show that you care, as every human being have a psychology to get the care they need. This is the easiest way to join somebody in their grief. To start to support somebody in grief, start gifting.