How Memorial Tattoos Help the Bereaved

“Tattooing one’s grief can be an act of resistance to the notion that grief can or should be cured … The act of tattooing suggests that grief is permanent and that it is life-long, visible, and always present.”

 

For some, memorializing their loved one with a tattoo is a way to keep a part of them. We share this article from Psyche Digital Magazine.

 

 

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