Candid conversation about grief. Beginners welcome.
What My Grief Feels Like: An Illustrated Guide
By Kellyn Shoecraft
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
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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