Candid conversation about grief. Beginners welcome.
The Perverse Pleasure of Grief
By Sarah McColl
I was repeatedly told to 'get over' my double losses. Instead, I reveled in their depths and heights.
Screening Calls for My Dead Son
By Casey Mulligan Walsh
‘Sorry, he’s not here.’ You have no idea how sorry I am Eric’s not here.
My Dad Was Dying While I Was Divorcing
By Molly Rosen Guy
I vowed never to speak with my ex-husband again. Then my father was diagnosed with leukemia.
Stuck in My Throat
By Amy McElroy
I don’t have many regrets. But not thanking the man so influential in my early adulthood is a big one.
Divorce as Primer
By Miriam Gottfried
I became a divorcée at 29. Months later, my mother suddenly died. The isolation I felt after my marriage ended gave me the tools to deal with her loss.
The Legal Top 10
By Michael L. Landsman, Esq. and Jennifer Kouzi, Esq.
Be careful what you sign, assemble an advisory team and other lawyerly dos and don'ts for the grieving.
Wendy Davis’ Filibuster, My Life
By Nicole Stewart
I was happily married and more than 20-weeks pregnant with a baby I wanted more than anything. So why was I sitting in a Dallas abortion clinic?
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