Struggling with How a Loved One Died

The moments surrounding a loved one’s death can stick with a person. If you were there, the me

Providing Remote Grief Support to Students and School Communities

It feels eerie to walk by the back-to-school section at my local Target. Usually, these aisles would

Max’s Chocolate Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Frosting: Grief Recipe Stories

by Julia Haigh Lancaster, Pennsylvania My friend, Max, was amazing for so many reasons. His outgoing

What’s Your Most Basic Grief Need?

I’ve been thinking about what our immediate and most basic needs are in grief. I guess we coul

Demystifying Grief Counseling: Five FAQs

What is grief counseling? First, we want to clarify what we mean by ‘grief counseling’

What’s Your Grief Lyric?

I Miss the Sound of Your Voice: Grieving Sensory Memory

I have a baby. She’s ten months old. She was a late-in-life baby, so her only siblings, both s

What Does it Mean to Be Strong in Grief?

“And when he came to the place where the wild things are  they roared their terrible roars an

“How Old Would She be Now?” and Other Grief Equations

“When will I ever use this?” is a timeless refrain. Kids have been saying it since