Here's what people are saying about Grief Coach
The text messages I receive make me 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.
The texts help us navigate our grief
My friend's daughter just died unexpectedly. Even though I work in traumatic grief and death, this is one time I needed guidance. The Grief Coach text messaging program is exactly what I needed, and has helped me to support my friend. This is a game changer for helping us to help others as they grieve.
The text messages are helping me support our friends, whose baby passed away.
My clients talk to me all the time, about the lack of help and understanding they get from friends and family. If the people closest to them felt more comfortable and confident providing support, I think it would go a long way to helping my clients manage the depression and isolation that too often accompany grief.
Grief Coach has helped the people around me to understand what I need.
One of the things I love about Grief Coach is that it’s non-invasive. My team can be in regular touch with the families we support, without it being awkward. I am also glad that we can customize some of the text messages, so that they come specifically from our hospice.
I love that Grief Coach teaches my friends how to support me.
Grief Coach has helped my husband be more aware of what I might be feeling, and understand why things are affecting me. The messages are helping me, and also helping him to be patient and understand that grief is a long process.
I'm supporting My Mom who is 3000 miles away. The Grief Coach text messages are helping me connect with her and understand the grieving process that she's been doing through, even though I'm not there to experience it first hand.
After providing clients with a meaningful, beautiful memorial, I'm thrilled to now be able to provide Grief Coach subscriptions to grieving friends and family, that will last all year long. Our memorials set the groundwork, but grief is a long process, and one that is better when we're supported over time.
My wife added me to her Grief Coach subscription, when our close friends lost their baby. I'd never lost someone close to me before so wasn't sure how to help. The Grief Coach messages have been invaluable in helping me understand what our friends are experiencing, and suggesting ways that I could help them in a way they needed, but didn't know how to ask for.
The messages have been incredibly encouraging, and really supportive.
What an awesome idea. I wish someone had bought this for my sister, when my husband died. I know she wanted to help, but she really didn't know how, and it hurt.
The proof is in the pudding: I am a skeptic by nature, but after previewing Grief Coach I immediately sensed the invaluable service that could be offered to grieving families. One of the things I love about Grief Coach is that it’s non-invasive. A funeral home's after care team can be in regular touch with the families they support without it being awkward. Grief Coach can also customize some of the text messages to come specifically from the funeral home, as well as send out important event reminders. All of this saves valuable staff time and print/postage costs by leveraging text messages. As a seasoned grief and loss professional, I know that scalable, affordable, compassionate follow-up can be very challenging for funeral homes and other organizations. Grief Coach could resolve a portion of this large need for those families opting into text messaging follow up. I cannot wait to share this service with my national colleagues so that grieving families can access this valuable service.
I've been using Grief Coach for a few months, and the text messages that come through couldn't be more thoughtful, hopeful and encouraging. I've also added a few people to my subscription, who wanted to support me after the loss of my Dad, and they tell me the messages they've received have given them practical suggestions about ways to reach out to me.