Candid conversation about grief. Beginners welcome.
6 Ways to Support a Grieving Teen
By Shoshana Berger
They might act like adults, but they're still kids. A short guide to helping a teenager grappling with loss, from normalizing their feelings to remembering all those firsts.
My Mom Wore a Sari So That I Could Run for Congress
By Saira Rao
Memories of her valor, grace, and sense of self spurred me on during a campaign filled with racism and sexism.
Writing a Book With My Mom Kept Her Memory Alive
By Marisa Bardach Ramel
Now it's time to say goodbye (again).
8 Steps to Writing a Loss Story with Your Child
By Caron Levis
Books are a safe way to explore big feelings. Here's how to write a tale of loss and grief with your child.
10 Ways to Overcome Grief-Related Anxiety
By Claire Bidwell Smith
The author of a new book offers her step-by-step guide to managing the monster sibling of grief.
6 Grief Books That Actually Helped
By Tré Miller Rodríguez
After my husband died, people gave me a lot of books about loss. Most didn’t speak to me. These did.
We’re Two. And We’re Writing a Book!
By Rebecca Soffer
Our exciting new project with HarperCollins, and a thank you from Rebecca and Gabi.
Tears and Tequila in Tinseltown
By Ruby Dutcher
A novel imagines a safe haven for young widows and widowers in the City of Angels.
Babe in Prison-land
By Deborah Jiang-Stein
Born to an incarcerated convict and taken from her as an infant, I mourned a mother I can't remember.
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