Candid conversation about grief. Beginners welcome.
By Modern Loss
Published on January 29, 2018
‘You Are Only as Good as the People You Surround Yourself With’
By Jamie Kolnick in My Loss, Personal Essays
I was desperate to be wild in grief and my coke-snorting bestie was my ticket to fun.
Att vara äldre än min pappa
By Tullan Holmqvist in My Loss, Personal Essays
Jag har aldrig slutat att gråta för allt han har gått misste om. Men när jag passerade åldern då han dog, ändrades något.
A Sacred, Unlikely Friendship, Maintained Through Terrifying Times
By Mira Ptacin in My Loss, Personal Essays
At 87, my friend Ned narrowly escaped Covid-19's invasion of his nursing home. Here's what it made me realize.
What It Feels Like to Be Older Than My Father
I've never stopped crying for all that he has missed. But as I passed the age at which he died, something changed.
Chronicles of a Former Crier
By Nora Zelevansky in My Loss, Personal Essays
We never know who we’ll be in grief. In mine, the disappearance of my go-to tears was a shock.
The Rules of Grief Do Not Apply
By Juliet Simmons in My Loss, Personal Essays
My father died during the Covid-19 lockdown in London. The absence of support felt so surreal that I wondered if I could pretend his death never really happened.
Tweets by @ModernLoss
We're so glad you're here. While you are, subscribe to our spam-free newsletter.