Candid conversation about grief. Beginners welcome.
By Modern Loss
Published on January 29, 2018
10 Lessons I Learned from My Friend’s 9/11 Death
By Zibby Owens in Personal Essays
My best friend vanished without a trace that day. But the mark she made on my life has been indelible.
What My Grief Feels Like: An Illustrated Guide
By Kellyn Shoecraft in Features, Grief Bacon, My Loss
It changes your body, sometimes in ways you can see and always in ways you can't.
6 Ways to Support a Grieving Teen
By Shoshana Berger in How To, Resources
They might act like adults, but they're still kids. A short guide to helping a teenager grappling with loss, from normalizing their feelings to remembering all those firsts.
My Grief Made Me A Warrior
By Glynnis MacNicol in Personal Essays
Single and childless, I was used to doing things on my own. But the aftermath of my mother's death brought my loneliness to a whole new level.
It’s All ‘Grief Yoga’
By Alison Manheim in My Loss, Personal Essays
After my husband died, I brought a towel to exercise class to mop tears — not sweat.
We Held a Fake Wedding So My Dying Dad Could Be There
By Sarah Levy in My Loss, Personal Essays
Bridal magazines don’t really cover these unglamorous issues.
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