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.
There is no place in grief for reminders of what could be, if only they'd....
Despite what Elton John sings, “sorry” isn’t the hardest word.
There was a sense of urgency about the way mini waterfalls and rapids formed in the otherwise docile water. Its beauty—flowing at the foot of a bucolic green hillside dotted with dandelions—reminded me how the moments I love most are fleeting...