The Future, Without Me by Magnolia Ripkin I am a happily married mother of two young children and I have terminal lung cancer. These days, I’m consumed with curiosity — and worry — about what my husband’s and children’s lives will look like after I’m gone.
Meet My ‘Dead Mom Friends’ by Andrea I. Stagg I’ve found kinship (but no judgment or pity) among my friends — and even acquaintances — who have also experienced a loss of a parent.
The Un-Telling by Noa Silver I shared our pregnancy news early — asserting that I wanted my community with me in joy, but also in potential sorrow. Now that I had miscarried, there were so many calls to make.
He’s Dead, But He’s No Saint by Robyn Woodman My husband cheated on me again and again — but people give him a pass because he died in a tragic Thanksgiving Day scuba accident.