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Grief Book Recommendations: WYG Book Club Edition

A little while back, we asked people on our Facebook Page to share their grief book recommendations. People ask us this question all the time. So in turn, we often ask others this question when we're talking to different groups

Ethics and Personal Loss, Countertransference, and Self-Disclosure in Grief Support

Mother’s Day Grieving: A List of WYG Articles to Help You Cope

As Mother's Day approaches, I wanted to offer a new piece of wisdom from our travels. Perhaps something shared with us by a reader or a personal observation from 16 years of grieving a mother that might help you with

Ethics and Personal Loss, Countertransference, and Self-Disclosure in Grief Support

Three Books to Bring Conversations about Death, Grief, & Loss into the Classroom

The following is a guest post by Lauren McGovern. Lauren lives in the Adirondack Mountains of northern New York. She is a teacher at North Country School in Lake Placid, NY. Visit for more about her and her work.

Closure Isn’t a Thing in Grief and That’s Okay

Hello, grief friends, new friends, old friends, friends of friends, you know... all the friend categories. Today we have a quick post aimed at dispelling one of the most exasperating myths in grief. There are a handful of reasons why

Warning: Grief Side-Effects May Include Building Emotional Walls

"Grief is the price we pay for love".   ~ Queen Elizabeth Until you lose someone, you may not really “get” the love-grief connection thing.  Or you maybe get it intellectually, but you don’t get it emotionally.  Then one day it hits

One Day At A Time: More Than Just a Grief Cliche

Recently on our social media, I posted the following quote by Patti Davis: “It takes strength to make your way through grief, to grab a hold of life and let it pull you forward.”  I get really annoyed at the

Black Mirror: Grief Meets Robot Clones. Seriously.

If you haven’t heard of Black Mirror, there's a good chance you will soon. It isn’t a new show.  It actually first came out a couple years back in the UK and has just recently made it across the pond