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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.
‘Don’t Forget This Happened’
By Melanie Brooks
A COVID-era plea on World AIDS Day
How to Support a Grieving Child During a Year That Makes No Sense
By Brie Overton
We're all trying to figure out life as we move through COVID-19. That includes kids living with loss.
You Don’t Have to Be Festive if You Don’t Want to Be
By Leslie Gray Streeter
As a young widow, I'm used to the holidays sucking. I'm here to encourage you to fly whatever flag you need to get through this season.
Hoe Ik Het Rouwvocabulaire Maak Dat Mist in Onze Taal
By Babet te Winkel
Sterkte. Dat is wat we in het Nederlands zeggen om elkaar kracht te wensen als er iets moeilijks is gebeurd. We wensen elkaar nooit zachtheid of de openheid om het allemaal te kunnen ervaren.
How I’m Creating the Grief Vocabulary My Language Doesn’t Have
The Dutch wish each other strength to move through tough times. But in loss, we need different words of support.
‘Call It Grief and Then See if it Changes How You View it’
By Nishta J. Mehra
Grief can have a clarifying effect, a way of lasering away the mundane. Here's how you can apply some lessons from loss to this year's surreal new world.
How I Found an Unexpected Gift in the Berkshire Hills
By Michael Flamini
My New York City apartment ceased being a happy place after my partner died. Over the years, and especially during this pandemic, my second home became my salvation.
A Widowed Mother’s Day à la COVID-19
By RoseAnna Cyr
In the midst of a global pandemic, this day might actually feel a bit more aligned with what I want it to be.
The Grief Cliché of the COVID Era
By Gina DeMillo Wagner
My late brother would have been extremely susceptible to the virus that has upended our lives. But don’t tell me to be grateful that he’s gone.
Young Widowhood in the Time of Corona
By Mira Simone Etlin-Stein
While we’re 'all in this together,' my experience is very much my own. Here's how I am learning to navigate the space between personal and collective grief.
Surviving the Agony of Anticipation
By Carla Steckman
As I see the world sink into the abyss amid the coronavirus pandemic, I recall the first days after my daughter Talia’s terminal diagnosis.
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.
7 Tips for Reducing Feelings of Isolation
By Modern Loss
Loneliness is an every day thing, and not just in the age of ‘social distancing.' Here are some ways to care for your physical and mental wellbeing
10 Safe Movies to Watch During the Pandemic — Featuring the Stars of ‘Contagion’ and ‘Outbreak’
By Mara Reinstein
Desperate for films that steer clear of triggering plot lines? A seasoned movie critic offers picks that provide guaranteed calm during a scary time.
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