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This is so absolutely true I can't even tell you how much it is
I treasure your comments
Thank you. I have just practiced this and it helped.
Not sure if you get replies or not, but THANK YOU for all your support. Not sure where I would be without it.
It has been very helpful. Is like having a silent counselor.
Thank you so much I really appreciate these messages and they really have been helping me
Thank you so much for these messages, they help me so much and are making me think differently. I miss my beautiful mom so much 😭
I feel something has changed and feel much better. I don't know why but I feel calmer. Please still send me messages as they do help x
Thank you. These are good, reassuring messages.
What a wonderful support you ❤️ are xx
I look forward to your messages. I am going through the most challenging time of my life and this journey is very difficult. Thank you for being here for me, it has been 2 years but still feels fresh.
Definitely good thoughts to help. Thank you
I do find your messages helpful in this terrible time. 😇
Thank you. It means a lot for you to send me a message today. Thank you again
Thank you that made a lot of sense. Lack of memory and emotional overload and confusion is certainly the hardest
It's beneficial knowledge of grieving and its many aspects - makes one feel less alone.
Thank you very much for this exercise, I will use it more than once. Aloha
Phenomenal process, thank you
Thank you for these texts, it's as though you know what I'm going through at the right time, they are such a comfort
These texts came at the best time when I needed them. Please don't stop.
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I found Help Texts on Instagram after my sister died. I've renewed my subscription twice since then, and find the personalized texts incredibly helpful. I really like that text messages come directly to me, and give me a reason to pause and think about Sarah and how I'm feeling. I also included Sarah's best friend in my subscription. She finds the subscription just as helpful as I do and always asks to be included each time I renew.
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Friends and family want to provide support but they don’t always know how to do it. Help Texts provides easily accessible grief support via text to those who have suffered a loss AND their support network. Help Texts is there to help them. As a widow myself, Help Texts has been an instrumental part of my grief support.
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I was gifted Help Texts after my father died, and I've gifted it to many others now, especially men. There's a stigma around male grief. With Help Texts, you can ponder the messages on your own time without the pressure of grieving in front of others. It feels like a private, personal consult for your grief.
Mark Busse, Help Texts subscriber
Help Texts not only provides me—the griever—with support, but it also sends those closest to me reminders and suggestions on how to show up during my grieving process. Without anyone feeling bombarded with messages, we are all given gentle nudges and caring lifts. Help Texts is especially great for those who might not be sure what to say or do and for grievers who might be wondering if what they're feeling is 'normal.'
Amy Bishop, end-of-life doula
Help Texts has been my go-to gift when someone loses a loved one. Grief is always with us and the support from Help Texts makes the journey just a little bit easier to bear. My friend whose beloved mother died unexpectedly was worried the texts would be intrusive, but instead she said the texts are like a light feather that taps her on the shoulder and tells her it's OK.
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