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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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19

Jun'19

Grieving Someone You Didn’t Know (or Hardly Knew)

Loss takes many shapes. Sometimes loss takes the shape of someone we knew well. It’s tangible and detailed and reflects …

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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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06

Jun'19

Mourning the Passage of Time

I’ll be a year older next week as far as my license is concerned. That’s a fancy way of saying …

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23

May'19

Self-Stigma in Grief: What is it and why does it matter?

Death, loss, and grief are experiences that impact almost every being on Earth at some point. These universal experiences touch everyone …

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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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03

Apr'19

We Don’t Recover From Grief, and that’s Okay

After some discussion with our insightful readers, we’re adding a brief preface to this article.  We feel it’s important to …

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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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08

Mar'19

7 Ways to Treat Yourself With Kindness While Grieving

A while ago, we wrote an article about the need for self-compassion in grief.  At the time, we defined self-compassion …

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21

Feb'19

Becoming a Parent After the Death of a Parent

After someone you love dies, almost all “blessed events” thereafter become a mix of happy-type emotions and sad-type emotions.  In …

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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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