Candid conversation about grief. Beginners welcome.
Mom’s Memory Was My ‘Something Blue’
By Marisa Renee Lee
How I incorporated my late mother into my wedding celebration. Plus, great tips for memorializing a loved one at your nuptials.
This Funeral Changed How I Feel About Weddings
By Elizabeth Felicetti
Many clergy will admit they would rather perform a funeral than a wedding. I used to be one of them.
9 Funerals and a Wedding
By Kelly Haramis
We had so much fun watching our wedding video, until we realized that so many of the people who toasted us that day are dead.
Why I Like Funerals More Than Weddings
By Rachel Amondson
"Four Weddings and a Funeral"? I'd rather watch "Four Funerals and a Wedding."
Sleeping Through Grandma’s Death
By Amy Oestreicher
When I finally came to after a months-long coma, my beloved grandmother was gone.
Tiptoeing Around My Inheritance
By Meg Tansey
Your friends are struggling to pay their rent. You've just come into a small fortune, amid the haze of grief. Our advice guru explains how to make things less awkward.
Excusing Myself at Weddings
A reader struggles to get through weddings without breaking down; another is consumed with guilt about the last argument he had with his late friend.
Talking Loss at Work
A primer on talking about death in the workplace (fun!), and what to do when you're battling your siblings over the estate.
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