Candid conversation about grief. Beginners welcome.
By Modern Loss
Published on January 29, 2018
When Your Pet is Your Lifeline
By Gary Virginia in My Loss, Personal Essays
My HIV condition progressed to full-blown AIDS, along with anxiety and depression. Adopting my dog forced me to focus on living.
The Undeniable Magic of Being Truly Noticed
By Emily Rapp Black in My Loss, Personal Essays
I was shattered near the end of my young son's life. An extension of true compassion was an act of grace like no other.
I’m an Urgent Care Doctor. A Year into the Pandemic, I’m Running on Empty.
By Thresia Sebastian in My Loss, Personal Essays
And yearning to regain a foundation of wellness amidst the relentless, endless layers of my grief.
Can Technology Help Us Talk to the Dead? (Spoiler: Yes)
By Joanna Stern in Features, My Loss
It may not be exactly like Amazon's 'Upload,' but the future of preserving our stories is here.
How to Brush Your Teeth While Grieving in a Pandemic
By Mel Zee in My Loss, Personal Essays
I'm an ex-addict grieving my partner's sudden death. Thanks to COVID-19 isolation, all my comfort must come from within.
What a Pandemic Funeral Taught Me About Family
By Raj Tawney in My Loss, Personal Essays
I spent years distancing myself from relatives. When my uncle died, I found something that had been deeply missing in my quarantined life.
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