Candid conversation about grief. Beginners welcome.
By Modern Loss
Published on January 29, 2018
Don’t Talk About How ‘It Gets Better’
By Suchandrika Chakrabarti in Advice, Resources
This is what I wish my friends knew when my parents died.
This Podcast Begins at the End
By Gabrielle Birkner in Features, My Loss
'Julie' — a new miniseries about dying — is surprisingly hopeful.
Grief Bacon: Pressuring Myself
By Lauren Mauldin in Grief Bacon, My Loss, Personal Essays
My husband's hands were the cool compress that soothed my migraines. After his opiate overdose, I'm struggling to replace his healing touch with my own.
4 Ways to Take Charge of Funeral Planning
By Josh Slocum in How To, Resources
No need to be passive about it; you've got more options than you might think.
Grief Bacon: The Masks I Wear
By Melanie Gruenwald in Grief Bacon, My Loss, Personal Essays
My child's cancer diagnosis abruptly halted reflection on my own post-cancer body and soul. But after he died, it came roaring back.
A Day in the Life of My Grief — Illustrated
By Kellyn Shoecraft in Features, My Loss
In which I wonder, 'How can all 19 Duggars be alive and I lost my only sister?'
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