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Death brings up so many feelings and conversations. Plans to be made. Legacies to cement. I had none of that.
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With @textsforjohn, I can still walk through the world looking for things to share with my brother — even though he’s no longer here.
When My Husband Died, Facebook Became My Boyfriend
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Some people see social media as a trigger during times of great suffering. But after my husband died, it helped me stay afloat amid my grief.
Saving the Date for a Wedding That Will Never Take Place
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I was supposed to be married on November 9, but tragedy stopped this self-proclaimed ‘Bridezilla’ in her tracks.
Putting the Satan Back in Christmas
by Carole Newton McManus
The holiday season may bring up all kinds of memories when you’re grieving. But what if your loved one was more Scrooge than Santa?
by Andrea Syrtash
I never ‘met’ the babies I lost, but I love them.
Meet Patricia, Aunt Esther’s Amazon Alter Ego
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It was only after my aunt's death that I really got to know her -- through hundreds of Amazon.com product reviews.