Candid conversation about grief. Beginners welcome.
By Modern Loss
Published on January 29, 2018
Is There Sex After Death?
By Colin Campbell in My Loss, Personal Essays
Burying your two children shrivels your dick up like a motherf*cker, but my wife and I found our way back to each other.
When ‘Fine’ Is Anything But
By Brooke Siem in My Loss, Personal Essays
After my father's death, my journey from calm, to hysterical, to something even worse.
The Hot Tears, Red-Blotches-on-Your-Face, Autopilot Sides of Grief
By Dina Gachman in My Loss
What I learned about the natural range of emotions after my sister's and mom's deaths
After My Husband’s Death, I Found Myself Again through Mr. Mister and Mexico
By Zoe Fishman in My Loss, Personal Essays
The cathartic power of briefly shedding the label of 'grieving widow with young kids' and briefly feeling free
How Shane Hawkins and the Foo Fighters United Us in Grief
By Lori Tucker-Sullivan in Features, My Loss
Taylor Hawkins' son poured everything into each slam of the sticks. When words fail, music comes through – and pulls us all in.
Rules for Father’s Day
By Julia Cho in
I find joy in what was. What might have been is more painful.
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