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Published on January 29, 2018
Will I Be All Right Again in 2021?
By Cate Honzl in My Loss, Personal Essays
In 2019 my mom died. In 2020 we had a family suicide, a botched burial, and a catastrophic pandemic. Now, I’m looking ahead to 2021 — with (gasp!) hope.
The Power of Public Mourning
By Katie Bishop in Features, My Loss
Listeners of the 'Death, Sex & Money' podcast were invited to hold space for their 2020 losses. Here's what happened.
‘Tis the Season for Hot Widower Movie Dads
By Leslie Gray Streeter in Features, My Loss
Apparently, sad dads are sexy and sad moms are a burden. But who am I to complain? Here are my top four.
A Gift Guide for Grievers (and Those Who Love Them)
By Rebecca Soffer in Features, How To, Modern Loss Favorites, My Loss
From ego-boosting apparel to frame-worthy puzzles to an instant community, these gifts say ‘I know the holidays are rough, and I'm here for you.'
‘Don’t Forget This Happened’
By Melanie Brooks in My Loss, Personal Essays
A COVID-era plea on World AIDS Day
A Person Is a World
By Beth Ain in My Loss, Personal Essays
My mother’s death was followed closely by the pandemic — creating this strange and still and endless space in which everyone is grieving something.
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