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You Can’t Pick Your Relatives
By Meg Tansey
What's the deal with relatives who never acknowledged my loss? How can I mindfully break up with a grieving girlfriend? Meg chimes in.
The Looming 365
What to do on that dreaded first death anniversary? Can a terminally ill man prepare his wife for life without him? Sound advice from Meg.
How do I get my grief-stricken friend out of her house? Can I expect other people to remember my loved one's birthday? Our advice columnist weighs in.
Facebook Wall as Condolence Note?
So your friend or colleague posts on social media about a death in the family. How should you respond? Our advice guru weighs in on that question and more in her latest column.
A Bro in Need
Extreme exercise only masked one man's grief over his mother's death. Our advice guru has some suggestions for seeking out more lasting help.
Tiptoeing Around My Inheritance
Your friends are struggling to pay their rent. You've just come into a small fortune, amid the haze of grief. Our advice guru explains how to make things less awkward.
Excusing Myself at Weddings
A reader struggles to get through weddings without breaking down; another is consumed with guilt about the last argument he had with his late friend.
Talking Loss at Work
A primer on talking about death in the workplace (fun!), and what to do when you're battling your siblings over the estate.
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