Candid conversation about grief. Beginners welcome.
Not So ‘Crazy,’ After All
By Janet Reich Elsbach
How my sister’s cancer death changed the way I approach my own health care choices.
From a Distance
By Julie Satow
Sixteen years after my brother’s suicide, keeping his memory alive finally feels less a burden — and more a privilege.
Looking for Work, Trying To Grieve
By Meg Tansey
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.
You Can’t Pick Your Relatives
What's the deal with relatives who never acknowledged my loss? How can I mindfully break up with a grieving girlfriend? Meg chimes in.
By Malina Saval
Ever since my brother-in-law’s accidental death, the kitchen utensil he sold us evokes a torrent of memories — and questions.
5 Ideas for Facing Deathiversaries
By Tré Miller Rodríguez
As our Mourning, Noon & Night columnist marks five years since her husband's death, here are her tips for getting through those 'deathiversaries.'
March 12 is Katie Fisher Day
By Matt Fisher
Left spinning after his sister's sudden death, a comedian harnessed social media to create a holiday in her memory.
If My Sister Were Alive…
By Mélanie Berliet
Here’s what we would watch, eat and laugh about. Here’s what I would apologize for, forgive her for, attempt to explain and keep to myself.
Modern Loss’ Grief Reads
By Modern Loss
Some Modern Loss-approved essays, articles, radio shows and multimedia features taking on loss and grief of all kinds.
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