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How Shane Hawkins and the Foo Fighters United Us in Grief
By Lori Tucker-Sullivan
Taylor Hawkins' son poured everything into each slam of the sticks. When words fail, music comes through – and pulls us all in.
Can Technology Help Us Talk to the Dead? (Spoiler: Yes)
By Joanna Stern
It may not be exactly like Amazon's 'Upload,' but the future of preserving our stories is here.
The Power of Public Mourning
By Katie Bishop
Listeners of the 'Death, Sex & Money' podcast were invited to hold space for their 2020 losses. Here's what happened.
‘Tis the Season for Hot Widower Movie Dads
By Leslie Gray Streeter
Apparently, sad dads are sexy and sad moms are a burden. But who am I to complain? Here are my top four.
A Gift Guide for Grievers (and Those Who Love Them)
By Rebecca Soffer
From ego-boosting apparel to frame-worthy puzzles to an instant community, these gifts say ‘I know the holidays are rough, and I'm here for you.'
It’s Time to Build Your Self-Care Routine
Grief gives us little control over ourselves, so it’s vital to control what we can by nourishing our needs. Here are some ideas.
12 Diverse YA Books That Taught Me About Grief
By Alica Forneret
I turned to the genre for a distraction and got so much more.
Zoey’s Extraordinarily Misguided Playlist
By Esther D. Kustanowitz
How the musical TV show could have struck the right notes but didn't
After a Mother’s Death, Drawing All The Things
By Modern Loss
Art speaks volumes when words fail, and especially in 'The Imaginary Library.'
Mom’s Minivan: A Cartoon
By Paige Smith-Hogan
My childhood minivan was layers of disgusting. It was also a place where I spent a ton of time with my mom when she was alive. This is the story of both of those things.
Why I’m Working to Send 10,000 Tablets to COVID-19 Hospital Units and Hospices
By Kristina Libby
Death rituals are an integral part of our grieving process. Here's how you can help COVID-19 hospice patients separated from their loved ones say goodbye.
What If We Treated Death Like Birth?
By Jane Whitlock
We would play shower games like 'I will remember you every time I …' We would prepare a death 'nursery.' There'd be a great playlist.
What You Taught Us in 2019
By Gabrielle Birkner
You all are so wise. Here are your 7 loss lessons from the year that was.
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.
Having a Dead Sibling Is Full of Contradictions
By Anne Pinkerton
It’s been a decade since my brother died. His death has shaped me and it has confounded me — with its curses and blessings, too.
To the Widowed Dad on Father’s Day
By Justin Yopp and Donald Rosenstein
Being a ‘good enough’ parent is precisely what your grieving children need.
Writing a Book With My Mom Kept Her Memory Alive
By Marisa Bardach Ramel
Now it's time to say goodbye (again).
Springing Into Grief
By Kristen Forbes
How to appreciate those gerberas when someone you love may actually be pushing them up
‘Take Ownership of What You’ve Discovered’
Writer Dani Shapiro opens up about secrets, healing through exploring, and the thrill of of the word “million.”
This Podcast Begins at the End
'Julie' — a new miniseries about dying — is surprisingly hopeful.
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