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Published on January 29, 2018
I Lost My Racial Identity When My Mother Died
By Anna Haines in My Loss, Personal Essays
Grieving as a mixed race person made me confront my imposter syndrome.
The Gifts of ‘Grief Brain’
By Clarissa Moll in My Loss, Personal Essays
Even as life propelled me forward, I was no longer the same person I had been before Rob’s death. More specifically: My thinking had changed.
4 Steps to Writing Fiction About Loss
By Laura Zigman in How To
Want to create grieving characters and storylines for your essay or novel? Here's my process.
What If We Treated Death Like Birth?
By Jane Whitlock in Features, My Loss
We would play shower games like 'I will remember you every time I …' We would prepare a death 'nursery.' There'd be a great playlist.
His Beautiful Death
By Mira Simone Etlin-Stein in My Loss, Personal Essays
As my love lay dying beside me, I transformed our cold hospital room into a sacred space.
My Boyfriend Died — and There’s No Word for My Loss
By Rachel Bartkowiak in My Loss, Personal Essays
He was the man I had hoped to marry, but others see our relationship in more ambiguous terms.
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