This Valentines Day, many of us may not have the ones that we love with us. That is why we have friends and family to keep us from falling a part. I will like to share with you a story of how loss can turn into a blessing for many. The story behind the creation of a simple sympathy box. The purpose of this box is to bring back the sunshine into the lives of many during this season of love.
Jenny Lynn started this business because there are a lack of options when it comes to sending someone a meaningful and useful sympathy gift. She lost her mom at the age of 18, so she put together some things that she received that was helpful during her grieving process and incorporated them as gifts for her business. Linda was Jenny’s mom’s name and her nickname was Lynney:
Nothing can take the pain away when you experience a loss. That loss can be a death, a divorce or a heartbreaking medical diagnosis. Whether you are dealing with a sudden or expected loss, these times in life can be almost unbearable. The mission of Lynneys is to help the person who is left to deal with the loss.
Lynneys gifts are a great way to let a friend or family member know you are thinking of them and wish to offer them comfort and support. While sending flowers and food are nice gestures, most people want to know what they can do beyond that to support their loved one in their time of grief. Lynney’s exists to help with that.
Lynneys gifts can be given at any time: after a recent event, around an anniversary, during the holiday season, around Mother’s or Father’s Day or simply at a later date when most of the immediate support following a loss disappears.
The comforting gifts are only part of the support. For most, true healing comes from connection with others who have experienced a similar type of loss. When you send a Lynneys gift to your loved one, you are also linking them to resources and a way to connect with others who have experienced a similar type of loss.
From My Website: www.lynneys.com
For more information about how you can contribute to Jenny’s cause and to purchase one of her boxes visit: https://www.etsy.com/shop/GriefGifts?ref=l2-shopheader-name
Never stop spreading love and support.