Traveling after loss and while you’re grieving may be challenging. Here are 9 important recommendations to make your trip easier and more comforting.
Relationship Advice from a Two-Time Widow
[I originally wrote this for an acquaintance who asked me, “What reminders of love should I know? My husband has six months to live.” After he died, she thanked me…
2022 Impact Report for Learning About Grief
While our organization is not a nonprofit and, therefore, isn’t required to publish an impact report, we are doing so to help serve the grief community. Whoever said that surviving…
What’s Normal in Grief During the Holidays?
The end of the year, or any holiday, is often made to be jovial and a time of celebration. When you’re grieving, upholding a cheerful face can seem exhausting and nearly impossible.
Support Grieving Friends This Holiday
Those who are grieving often struggle during the holiday season. Instead of sending that unhelpful and dreaded “Happy Holiday” text message, here are supportive alternatives.
Life After a Sudden Death with Kara Bowman, LMFT
How do you deal with the unexpected or sudden death of someone you know? Grief and trauma therapist Kara Bowman shares with us how to cope.
The Nerve-Wracking World of Widow Dating
So you’re a widow and you’re wanting to date again or considering it. But are you ready? Here are a few questions that may help you determine that.
How to Help Your Grieving Child Get Back to School with Dr. Elena Lister and Dr. Michael Schwartzman
Children experience grief, too. Here are seven tips by Dr. Michael Schwartzman and Dr. Elena Lister for supporting children in the classroom.
The Parts They Left Out: What No One Tells You About Grief
When it comes to the aftermath of death, you aren’t told what to expect, only how you “should” be. Here are a few things to know when coping with grief.
Instagram Accounts to Follow on Grief
Grief, death, and loss are changing because of social media. Here are supportive accounts to follow from people who “get it” and understand.