Kristen Arnett’s book of the dead is a scintillating illumination of what we do when we lose those we love.
The loss of a friend is grief that society dismisses, however, new research believes that the grief is on par with losing a family member.
Returning to Sacramento on a flight with drink and book in hand, one’s mind tends to wander to a time passed, and the vacant space off my hip.
Today, after 17 days of visceral grieving, the Orca that carried her dead young on her nose let go. Considering many of us deny grief, there’s a lesson here.
In 2017, I endured death on a very personal scale. What I learned was that all of us should not avoid what we fear, but look it directly in the face.
Letting go is not just a state of mind, I discovered. It’s an arduous process of imcremental improvement.
What inspires the artist? The process is varied as much as it is guarded, so we’re asking some to share. First up, musician Anita Lester on religion and living death.
Susannah McDonald has lived through the pain of losing a beloved TV series and has shared some tips with TBS to help you overcome your grief.
Mike Welsh would like to post a Christmas memorial, in tribute to those of us for whom Christmas won’t necessarily be so “merry” this year.
Seeking meaning, Paris gets cryptic clues from God himself, offers advice on handling grief and has a wonderful suggestion for any of us needing help organising our photos…