Therapist Aid Goodbye Letter

When grieving, children and adults alike can process their grief easier if they write therapist aid goodbye letter where they can explore their relationship with the departed. Here is a good template that can help you get the basics. 

Dear {Beloved departed person}

{Here you say why you want to say goodbye }
Your death has left a void that will be hard to fill and has impacted me more than I could have imagined. 

{Here you write how you feel about saying goodbye}

{Here, you write about memories and fun anecdotes you remember with the departed}
I will miss you so much. I will miss your laugh, your voice, your smile. I will miss just being around you. I have so many great memories of us together, and I will cherish them always. 

{Here, you write about all the things that the relationship taught you, and they taught you}

I am so grateful for all the things you taught me. You showed me how to live life to the fullest and how to appreciate the small moments. You were always there for me when I needed you, and I will never forget that. 

{Here, you can write about something you want them to know or something you never told them}
I never got the chance to tell you just how much I love you and how much you meant to me.  

{Here you can write what you will always remember about them}
I will always remember how much you loved life and how you were always so positive. You were an inspiration to me, and I will miss you more than words can say. 

Goodbye {beloved departed person}. I love you with all my heart, and I will never forget you.

{Your name}

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