Here are the questions for this month's Ten Questions:
What daily rituals do you perform in memory of your baby?
Do you have a yearly ritual you perform during your child's birthday? If so, what is it?
Has anyone performed a ritual in your child's honor that has been meaningful to you and why?
How does your religion, either of just childhood or adulthood or both, honor death? How was your loss honored?
Do you feel particularly connected to any time of the year to honor your child?
Do any holidays have any important significance to your grief? If so, how?
What are ways in which you perform private rituals for your child? (I mean, talking to him/her in the morning, wishing on a star, or something only you know about, etc.)
Have you felt a connection to other cultures and religions and how they deal with death?
Have you incorporated the religious traditions of another culture into your private ceremonies and rituals for your child?
Does creating art feel like a ritual to you? If so, could you explain it further?