Archive for Memory

When I Want To Remember My Mother, I Eat – Grief Recipe Stories

This grief recipe is brought to you by Nabilah Husna Nabilah is a writer, social policy researcher and tutor from…
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A Surprise Find After Love Lost

  • Photogrief
  • Denise Lara Mangalino
By Bob Kovach I lost my wife Meg to cancer about a year and a half ago.  When she first…
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What’s Your Memory? Remembering Everyday Moments

What are your memories of your loved one like? I suppose that’s a personal question, you don’t have to answer…
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grief and oral history

Grief and Oral History: Keeping Memories Alive

  • General
  • Litsa Williams
Almost every time I delete a voicemail from someone I love, I have a thought that some might consider morbid:…
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Losing Relationships: I hate it

Losing Relationships: I Hate It

Last night as I was falling asleep, I had a memory of being in my grandmother’s living room. 'Memory' may actually…
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Holiday Moments: Past and Present

by Litsa Williams Before three weeks ago I had never put out a single holiday decoration in my own home.…
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Meditations on the Empty Chair

by Christina Thurau Every room has an empty space where my 14 year old son Zach belongs. Some days there is denial.…
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Birthdays Without You: #wouldhavelovedthis

by Andy Dickinson I celebrated the second birthday without my mom on Saturday.   I had homemade cupcakes and french…
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The Moments that Matter: Looking at life in hindsight

I didn't have a meaningful moment with my mother before she died. Well, that's not true, my life with her…
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