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I Met My Fiancé in a Modern Loss Support Group
By Shelby Forsythia
When I logged onto Zoom to lead a session on friendship, my true love was waiting in the grid.
A Surviving Partner’s Guide to Surviving a Pandemic Hallmark Holiday
By RoseAnna Cyr
5 ways to give yourself what you deserve on Valentine’s Day — and every day — when you’re missing a dead partner.
By Judy Bolton-Fasman
My father was scary to me except on Valentine’s Day. When he died, those treacly annual expressions of fatherly love went with him.
My Guide to Finding Love After Loss
By John Duberstein
A totally conventional and easily followed roadmap to emotional transition, by the widower of "The Bright Hour" author.
A Widow and her Galentines
By Debbie Weiss
After my husband died, I stumbled about looking for my tribe. Counterintuitive to my nature, I found it in yoga class.
A Day for Lovers, Without Mine
By Mark Liebenow
On my first Valentine’s Day without Evelyn, I spent hours paging through old photographs. Those pictures speak to our love and her resolve, but they don’t tell the whole story.
Death, Valentines and the YA Section
By Renata Sancken
When my best friend died, I was through with Valentine's Day (aka her birthday). I found solace in the library, surrounded by teen angst.
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