Coping with Grief

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Oct'15

Buddha, Nietzsche and Grief

Many moons ago I wrote a post about how philosophy became my primary grief support when I was in college.  …

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Oct'15

Grief Hacks: Lists and Little Journals

Experiencing the death of a loved one can throw a person all out of whack, am I right?  Grief is …

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Oct'15

Grief and Negative Coping

Today I want to have a no-frills, straightforward discussion about grief and negative coping. People commonly engage in negative coping (c’mon, …

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23

Sep'15

Grief and Forgiveness Part Two: 12 Tips for Self-Forgiveness

Remember when I wrote a post on grief and forgiveness and I promised I would follow it up with a second …

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15

Sep'15

To Care or Not to Care

Sometimes I fantasize about not caring. As someone who cares probably just a little too much, the thought of scaling …

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10

Sep'15

Speak Your Pain

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

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09

Sep'15

What’s Your Question: How Do I Find Support as a Grieving 20-Something?

It is (finally) time for another installment of What’s Your Question, thanks to a question from new WYG reader, Lauren.  Lauren …

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Aug'15

32 (More) Books About Grief

A few weeks ago, we put together the first half of a book list about death and grief. Today, we’re finally …

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Aug'15

In Defense of the Grief Selfie

Once upon a time, many moons ago, Eleanor wrote an amazing post about self-portraits.  In that post, in case you …

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13

Aug'15

Grief and Creative Block: getting your groove back

Grief and creative expression, for me (and Eleanor and I am sure many of you) are deeply intertwined.  When my …

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29

Jul'15

Learning A Secret After A Death

The topic of secrets has been a grief theme for me lately.  It started about a month ago when I …

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Jul'15

When Bereavement Leave Runs Out: going back to work after a death

Here at WYG topics seem to come up in waves.  We see trends in comments on the blog, social media, …

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