There’s no pain that compares to the loss of a sister, and apart from being there for whoever is grieving, there’s not much you’ll be able to do to make them feel better, but buying gifts for someone who has lost a sister is a kind gesture that they’ll truly appreciate. Gifting needs to be thoughtful and tasteful, and something that holds sentimental value, something that will remind them of their sister every time they use it or wear it. We’ve also included some comfort gifts and some experiences to ease the burden that grief plays on mental and physical wellbeing. Here are the best gifts for someone who has lost a sister.
- Things I’ve Learned About Loss Book
- Guided Grief Journal
- Chocolate Fudge Gift Box
- Mindfulness Cards
Grief is different for everyone, and there’s no right or wrong way to do it. This sincere book guidance to anyone dealing with bereavement. It loosely follows the stages of grief as a guide, using examples from the author’s own experiences.
This journal is designed with prompts to help express emotions and get it all out. Prompts like “Write a letter to your loved one,” “This always makes me think of you,” and “In what ways do they live on in you?” Their feelings will guide the way with this thoughtful gift.
Sometimes you just need a heap of comfort food to make you feel a bit better. This yummy fudge will bring a smile to their face, and there are a range of flavors available to so even if they aren’t a fan of chocolate there’s still something yummy for them to enjoy.
Amidst the pits of grief, it’s easy to lose sight of ourselves and allow our minds to go into a dark place. This pack of cards contains 50 prompts and exercises based around rest, balance, joy, awareness and kindness. They will help the recipient focus on the little things in life that bring them joy during their difficult times.