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‘Everything Happens for a Reason’ Is Not a Thing
By Gabrielle Birkner
And other lessons therapist Lori Gottlieb, the author of 'Maybe You Should Talk To Someone,' learned from her patients who are grieving — and those who are dying.
What I Still Can’t Do
By Kellyn Shoecraft
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.
Bereavement Group Dropout
By Teresa Strasser
Around a table full of widow-baked cookies, I absorbed the most profound of all death clichés, and I was done.
Tears and Tequila in Tinseltown
By Ruby Dutcher
A novel imagines a safe haven for young widows and widowers in the City of Angels.
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