Candid conversation about grief. Beginners welcome.
GRIEF BACON: That Time I Smelled Like Booze and Old Cake
By Leslie Gray Streeter
After my husband's sudden death, I ate, drank and sobbed my way through entirely unstable territory.
What My Grief Feels Like: An Illustrated Guide
By Kellyn Shoecraft
It changes your body, sometimes in ways you can see and always in ways you can't.
Grief Bacon: Pressuring Myself
By Lauren Mauldin
My husband's hands were the cool compress that soothed my migraines. After his opiate overdose, I'm struggling to replace his healing touch with my own.
Grief Bacon: The Masks I Wear
By Melanie Gruenwald
My child's cancer diagnosis abruptly halted reflection on my own post-cancer body and soul. But after he died, it came roaring back.
Grief Bacon: Breastfeeding Through My Grief
By Jesse Anna Bornemann and Rebecca Soffer
After Dad died, my body felt numb, but my breasts soldiered on.
The Clenching Curse
By Jessica Barraco and Rebecca Soffer
Those hips don't lie. Even in grief.
Grief Bacon: Don’t Make Them Eat Cake
By Ruby Dutcher
Endless comfort food can be the opposite of comforting to someone dealing with loss. Here are 5 gifts to show you care –without the added sugar.
Grief Bacon: Mourning My Mom, and My Figure
The term is a thing (just ask the Germans). Our series on the impact grief has on our bodies.
GRIEF BACON: These Are Your Lungs on Grief
By Vanessa Mártir
My asthma had always been under control. Then my brother died from drug use, and I struggled to breathe.
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