All posts by Litsa Williams

17

Jul'19

How To Talk To Children About Miscarriage and Stillbirth

We received a question this week about resources for talking with children about miscarriage and stillbirth. Though we have lots …

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01

Jul'19

64 Grief-Words That Should Exist

Many moons ago, we wrote an article about the limited language of grief. We lamented the reality that in grief …

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12

Jun'19

Surviving Father’s Day Grief: When sadness meets storytelling

Perhaps because of gender stereotypes or how the people at Hallmark decided to spin it, Father’s Day has always felt …

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02

May'19

We All Have A Grief Secret

I remember well the first time I ever saw Post Secret online. It was the year the site started, 2004. …

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15

Apr'19

Remembering Loved Ones on Facebook: the latest changes

When it comes to death and grief, there is a lot Facebook has gotten wrong over the years. They haven’t …

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25

Mar'19

Ambiguous Grief: grieving someone who is still alive (part 2)

Way back we wrote an article on ‘ambiguous grief’ aka grieving someone who is still alive. To keep it to …

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11

Feb'19

Dating A Widow or Widower: FAQs

Valentine’s Day is this week. (If you’re looking for help coping with the day, we have some posts for you right …

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22

Jan'19

How To Help A Grieving Friend: Beyond The Basics

This isn’t our first post on how to support a friend who is grieving. It probably won’t be our last. …

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18

Jan'19

Grieving Who I Used To Be

As common as the term ‘new normal’ is among those grieving, I am always shocked how many people email or …

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28

Nov'18

Helping Your Friends Help You

Warning: today’s post is about something that will annoy at least half of you. Seriously. I know from experience. I …

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30

Oct'18

Five Things Pixar’s Coco Got Right About Grief

Now, we know we are a little late to the game on writing a post on Coco, seeing as it …

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09

Oct'18

Grieving With A “Higher Power”

CS Lewis famously wrote “no one ever told me that grief felt so like fear”. I’ve often thought all grieving …

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