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Preserving voices to help with grief

Losing a loved one is a difficult and heart-wrenching experience that can leave us feeling lost and alone. In the wake of such a loss, it's natural to cling to anything that helps us feel connected to the person we've lost. For many people, one such thing is a voicemail message from their loved one.

There's something incredibly poignant about hearing the voice of someone who's no longer with us. It can be a source of comfort and solace, a reminder that they're still with us in some small way. In some cases, it can even feel like a lifeline, a way to stay connected to the person we love and miss.

Preserving voicemails after death is a deeply personal decision, and it's one that's often driven by a deep sense of compassion and love. It's a way to keep a piece of the person we've lost close to us, to hold onto their memory and their presence in our lives. It can also be a way to share their voice and their love with others, to keep their spirit alive and present in the world.

While some may see voicemails as just a series of recorded messages, for those who have lost someone dear, they are a precious and irreplaceable connection to the person they've lost. They remind us of the times we spent together, the things we shared, and the love that we felt. They allow us to hold onto the person we've lost in a tangible way, to feel their presence even though they're no longer with us.

In the end, preserving voicemails after death is a deeply personal decision, but one that is rooted in love and compassion. It's a way to keep the memory of our loved ones alive, to hold onto the things that made them special and unique, and to feel their love and presence with us always. Now with our Memory Boxes you can preserve and present a voice in a more meaningful way. We can use a voicemail message or other recording, but better still why not create a recording with someone close while they are still alive? You'll never know how much it will mean to someone one day.


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