1. Leave A Generational Legacy
Starting a family is a large responsibility. So is leaving a legacy. How do you want to be remembered? What do you want others to remember? What do you want to share about yourself with others? VAULT is a medium of expression to answer all these questions. In so doing, you will not only be afforded the exceptional opportunity to gift VAULT to your living family member(s), you will also ensure that your legacy will be shared generationally.
See how the Vault reminds us of a Grandparent or Living Parent
2. A Grief Processing Tool
Grieving the loss of a loved one comes with immense uncertainty. There are no guarantees in grieving with regard to time and feeling better. In addition, grieving is NOT a linear process. We all participate differently, although there are many that would like us to grieve their way. Death is uncomfortable for everyone. The aftermath of losing a loved one can also be uncomfortable. Those in the living may not want to bring up the departed’s name, memories or acknowledge their birthday or deathaversary, essentially wiping away their existence.
VAULT’s mission is to keep your loved one front and center….always. Through VAULT’s card making tool, we hope that you will introduce us to your loved one who has left us. VAULT wants you to take pride in creating a beautiful ensemble of pictures and texts that describe your loved one. When you’re finished, the preciousness of your loved one will be housed inside the most sacred of places….the VAULT.
See how The Vault helps with the loss of a loved one
3. Bridge The Gap Between Family Members In Conflict
Family conflict is inevitable. When conflict arises, typically dialogue either completely closes or is greatly reduced. In addition, we may remove our physical accessibility to a family member. It isn’t unheard of when siblings are in conflict to withhold their children’s accessibility, even when their children are not the source of the original conflict. The same can be said of grandchildren and grandparents. Sometimes, the separation is warranted. Other times, the decision to remove accessibility is based on strong emotions, hurt feelings and even ego. Warranted or not, there are family members that want to be a part of other family member’s lives in some capacity. VAULT provides an opportunity to introduce a family member during ongoing conflict or disagreement. This opportunity affords a safe and compassionate way in the forms of pictures and storytelling text. VAULT isn’t interested in who is right or wrong. VAULT’s overarching mission is to create opportunities to share, heal and bring a sense of identity.
See how The Vault helps with Family Conflict