Incorporating Photographs into Art

Today we welcome our grief friend Kelly Frasier to PhotoGrief.  Kelly has been sharing photos with

Wilting

by Kelly O’s   Forlorn, I stumbled on the Wilting Rose. That it should recognize me was

And Many More: Celebrating a Deceased Loved One’s Birthday

My family goes a bit overboard with the Happy Birthday song.  For starters, there are a lot of us s

The Best Hugs

by Corey Bill was/is my Father in law.  Bill and I had/have a great relationship.  A bond that I w

Two Hearts

by Sandie Lamb-Moudy I was at the coast for the 5 year death anniversary and found several heart sha

Sad but Grateful: Finding Gratitude in Grief

Childhoods come in all shapes and sizes. City childhoods, suburban childhoods, free-range childhood

The Grief Lens and its Impact on Outlook

One thing that keeps me up at night is the subjectivity of life.  Yes, I do have better things to w

Last walk

by Mark Luyten My brother-in-law died of pancreatic cancer a few weeks ago.  A few hours after his

The Grief Distraction

by Terry A Burgess When I was laid off from my previous position last August, the reason given was t