Candid conversation about grief. Beginners welcome.
By Cindy Augustine
A new primetime show brings regular ol’ folks back from the dead. Here’s what happened when our reviewer warily watched.
Silver Linings Cookies
By Matt Fisher
Left spinning after his sister’s sudden death, a comedian harnessed social media to create a holiday in her memory.
By Gail Dosik
Word to the wise: a modern house of mourning requires copious amounts of chocolate. Bake these cookies the next time you need to show your love.
The Looming 365
By Meg Tansey
What’s a young woman to do (or not do) on that dreaded first death anniversary? How can a terminally ill man prepare his wife for life without him? Sound advice from Meg.
By Sarah Seltzer
I thought the tragic death of a young friend would temper the pain of losing a loved one to old age; I was wrong.
Memories, Set In Ink
By Tré Miller Rodríguez
Looking for an innovative way to remember a loved one? Our columnist looks at the new tribute tattoos.
By Robin Epstein and Amy E. Feldman
Left out of someone’s will? Our legal eagles explain whether or not you have recourse. (Hint: the "I'm sure I just slipped his mind" rationale won't fly.)
Luisa Street, One Year Later
By Emily Rapp
On a thoroughfare marked by personal tragedy, I find myself embracing possibility once again.
The Legal Top 10
By Michael L. Landsman, Esq. and Jennifer Kouzi, Esq.
What to do (and not to do) right after your loved one dies. Two lawyers weigh in.
My Father, My Daughters
By Adina Kay-Gross
My twins were just 18 months old when my father died. Desperate for my girls to know him, I talk about him constantly. But should I?
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