My Mother’s Options: Photographing Symbols

by Jolene Thibedeau Boyd Going through one of my many files, I came across these notes…notes t

The Grief Wall: Loss of Identity After Stillbirth

This essay was written by one of our grief friends, Alex.  We very rarely have guest posts, only wh

Driven: Photographs Taken at the End of Life

[photo by Stacey Gilmere] “I didn’t really analyze it. I felt driven to do it.” ~Annie Lei

State of What’s Your Grief: Updates and Announcements

Approximately once a year, Litsa and I take a break from grief support in order to give a little &#


by Tricia Highley Chloe Grace Highley died in April 2015 of an accidental heroin overdose. She was a

Supporting a Grieving Child: The Importance of Modeling

Readers with children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews, or any child-age friend or family member, I

To Care or Not to Care

Sometimes I fantasize about not caring. As someone who cares probably just a little too much, the th

Speak Your Pain

I’ve been having a hard time deciding what to write for today’s post. I’ve been a little

6 Empty Chairs

by Elisabeth Burgess I took this picture at an outdoor sporting event for Veterans last spring. It s