Candid conversation about grief. Beginners welcome.
Bring Soup, Not Salad
By Caryn Anthony
And other rules for feeding mourners from a pair of foodies who’ve been there.
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.
Don’t Say Nothing
By Magnolia Ripkin
And 7 other things to remember when a loved one reveals they are terminally ill.
7 Tips for Speaking with a Bereaved Mother
By Monica Wesolowska
How do you support someone going through the unimaginable? To begin with, don't say you can't imagine what they're going through.
5 Resolutions for 2015
By Gabrielle Birkner
This year, commit to setting up a Google "grief calendar," going beyond Facebook condolences and more.
Merry — Not So Much
By Meg Tansey
Our advice columnist weighs in on holiday shopping for the bereaved, what to do when Christmas parties are grief triggers and more.
By Laura Leigh Abby
Would the love of my life — reeling from the loss of her mother — ever be happy again?
How To: Support Someone Affected by Suicide
By The Jed Foundation
But that doesn't mean you can't help a friend who has lost a loved one to suicide. In honor of Suicide Prevention Week, the Jed Foundation explains how.
Looking for Work, Trying To Grieve
Is it ok to change jobs in the first year after my partner's death? How can I help a friend in denial about her sister's prognosis? Our advice guru weighs in.
Forever ‘The Girls’
By Niva Dorell Smith
After my husband died, my best girlfriends didn’t know what to say to me. But their presence that Memorial Day was more important than their words.
How do I get my grief-stricken friend out of her house? Can I expect other people to remember my loved one's birthday? Our advice columnist weighs in.
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