When You Can’t Be With A Dying Family Member

It’s a new world we live, one of the difficult restrictions that protect our health and safety. As

How to Live-Stream a Funeral or Memorial Service

With travel severely curtailed and nearly all gatherings restricted, arguably one of the most negati

In a World Filled With Loss, Who Gets to Grieve?

Over the last few weeks, like many of you, I’ve been watching press conferences and reading ar

8 Reasons Your Grief Feels Worse Right Now

Over the last couple of weeks, we have been flooded with emails, comments, and DMs from people shari

Grieving the Death of an Elderly Loved One

Earlier this week, we published the article, Please stop minimizing the death of older adults.&

Please Stop Minimizing the Death of Older Adults

As I write this article, our country is preparing to shut down thanks to the virus-that-shall-not-be

Taking Care of Your Mental Health During Coronavirus

Our thoughts go out to the many family members who have already lost loved ones to the coronavirus.

Rethinking Acceptance in Grief: a love/hate story

I can’t remember when I first heard about the five stages of grief. But, I do know it must have ha

Using Art to Cope with Grief

You know that we spend a lot amount of time musing about ‘coping’ with grief. Add creati