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Published on January 29, 2018
Hoe Ik Het Rouwvocabulaire Maak Dat Mist in Onze Taal
By Babet te Winkel in My Loss, Personal Essays
Sterkte. Dat is wat we in het Nederlands zeggen om elkaar kracht te wensen als er iets moeilijks is gebeurd. We wensen elkaar nooit zachtheid of de openheid om het allemaal te kunnen ervaren. Sterk zijn is een deugd. Rationeel...
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The Dutch wish each other strength to move through tough times. But in loss, we need different words of support.
How a Simple Set of Cards Brought Me Surprisingly Closer to My People
By Rebecca Soffer in
In these physically distanced times, meaningful conversations have kept my sanity afloat.
My Little Fictions Legacy
By Sara Faith Alterman in My Loss
Dad applied his gifts for narrative to everything from pornography to children's stories. One of those brought my son and him together after he died.
‘Call It Grief and Then See if it Changes How You View it’
By Nishta J. Mehra in My Loss, Personal Essays
Grief can have a clarifying effect, a way of lasering away the mundane. Here's how you can apply some lessons from loss to this year's surreal new world.
How I Found an Unexpected Gift in the Berkshire Hills
By Michael Flamini in My Loss, Personal Essays
My New York City apartment ceased being a happy place after my partner died. Over the years, and especially during this pandemic, my second home became my salvation.
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