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To Me, From You: Writing Letters From Those We've Lost

In grief (and in life), if you can no longer talk to someone you love, people will often advise you…
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Poems About Grief and Grieving

When we asked our community of grievers to share their favorite poems about grief, we expected a handful of submissions.…
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5 Benefits of Grief Journaling

Journaling is one of WYG's favorite, go-to, grief coping methods for many reasons. First, it offers you a simple way…
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Valentine's Day grief, in six words

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  • Litsa Williams
We asked and you answered (as you always do!). We challenged you to share your six-word story about Valentine's Day…
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Grief in Six Words: A New Site by WYG

Grief In Six Words: A New Site by WYG

If you're a long-time WYG grief-friend, you know that Eleanor and I looooove six-word stories. Why? Well, because we love creative…
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Dear Love: Healing Through Writing Letters

Dear Love: Healing Through Writing Letters

A letter from the influential physicist, Richard Feynman, to his high-school sweetheart and wife, Arline Feynman: [From Letters of Note]…
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Parliament Hill Fields Poem: "On this bald hill the new year hones its edge. Faceless and pale as china the round sky goes on minding its business. Your absence is inconspicuous nobody can tell what I lack."

Sylvia Plath's Parliament Hill Fields: A Poem About Miscarriage

Last night I got sucked into a Wikepedia black hole. It started harmlessly enough with a Sylvia Plath biopic and…
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Missing Moments & Letter Writing: A Journal Exercise.

I still feel a small tinge of excitement when the mail comes.  It’s a fleeting feeling, one left over from…
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Six-Word Stories, Statements, and Exclamations: A Journaling Exercise

Legend has it that famous author Ernest Hemingway, out to lunch at the Algonquin, bet a table full of fellow writers he…
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