Candid conversation about grief. Beginners welcome.
What Siblings Day Means to Someone with a Dead Sister
By Kellyn Shoecraft
This didn't actually begin as an Instagram holiday, you know.
‘Was She Sick?’
By Jen Simon
Depression killed my innately joyful sister. When people ask how she died, this is how I respond.
What My Grief Feels Like: An Illustrated Guide
It changes your body, sometimes in ways you can see and always in ways you can't.
A Day in the Life of My Grief — Illustrated
In which I wonder, 'How can all 19 Duggars be alive and I lost my only sister?'
His Sister Was Dying as We Were Falling in Love
By Katharine Herrup
I learned of her illness shortly after our first date. Her absence remains a presence still.
The Good China That Will Outlive Us All
By Gina Luongo and Rebecca Soffer
After my mom’s death and my sister’s suicide, the dishes they left behind are newly sentimental.
What I Still Can’t Do
Ten months after my sister’s death, I can laugh and smile. I can sometimes care about other people’s problems. I can’t listen to voicemails or write thank you notes or stop waiting for the other shoe to drop.
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