The text messages you receive from Grief Coach will be customized based on things like cause of death, key dates and your relationship to the deceased. Here are some examples of the kinds of text messages you'll receive as part of your subscription.

Did you know that, as Mark’s brother, there are some special and unique ways that you can be part of Susan’s grieving process? Try emailing a favorite memory or story to Susan today. She'll appreciate hearing a happy story, and it will be good for you too.

Hi Gaby. You know, even professionals struggle with how to support someone who is grieving. Many people stay away during these times - which can be very isolating - so thank you for being brave enough to support Ann during this difficult time. Remember, you don’t need to solve anything. Just being willing to listen is a gift.

Holidays are often difficult for people who are grieving. You don't need to feel obliged to include Joaquin in your holiday plans but there are some things you can do, to help him prepare for the season. One suggestion is to ask him to come shopping with you when you're heading out looking for presents. Or show up with wrapping paper and tape, ready to wrap!

When reading Grief Coach text messages I feel as if someone I trust - someone who has gone through this themselves - is speaking directly to me. It’s not a subscription or a generic text. The messages are personal and thoughtful; they help me to process my grief and keep my Dad in my heart.