Readers Respond: So many unique and inspiring ways to remember our loved ones.
I came to understand that my desire for my body to be something different was a form of grief.
On April 5, the first anniversary of my dad's death, I ate a tin of kippers for breakfast. He loved kippers on saltines. I'm curious how (or if) you mark the date of death and birthday of a loved one. Are there traditions you've established or have considered establishing? How do you think about or … Continue reading Grief Talk: Acknowledging the Date(s) (part 1)
My book, An Obesity of Grief: A Memoir, will be published in June 2023!
I say we take a second look at Lola. A compassionate rethink of what her story really is.
I’ll be 59 in a few days, and I can say, without a doubt, that I’ve lived a very different life in 59 years than my grandmother did.
Grief is a big part of my life, yes, but so is love, and to me, that corner represents love.
In the face of anyone or anything’s suffering, may I never be someone who says, “It was just a deer.”
There is no place in grief for reminders of what could be, if only they'd....
Sometimes arm’s length is a thousand miles, a new phone number, and your finger poised above the delete key.