Grief-Themed Scholarship for Teens
We were recently notified of a scholarship opportunity from New York Life and Alliance for Young Artists & Writers/Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, and wanted to share with you!Read More
Honoring & Remembering Your Child
If you have experienced pregnancy loss or infant death, we hope that some of these ideas of ways to honor may be of comfort to you. Do what feels best for you and your family. There is no right or wrong way to honor your child.Read More
We made it through, right?
Trauma Is Probably The Reason You're So Tired Right NowRead More
Grieving During The Holidays
Grief doesn't take a break during the holidays. Sometimes, it makes it worse.Read More
Conrona Virus has Upended our World - It's Okay To Grieve
The coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe has not only left many anxious about life and death issues, but it's also left people struggling with a host of less obvious, existential losses as they heed stay-home warnings and wonder how bad all of this is going to get.
From NPR and WGTE
What I Tell My Kids About Their Brother...
Even in Seamus’ absence, our four-person household continues to feel to us like a family of five.Read More
Why the Five Stages of Grief Are Wrong
There is no formula for grieving.Read More
I'm (not) fine.
Usually when someone asks, “How are you?” I respond instinctively with an, “I’m fine, thank you.” The problem is, fine isn’t a feeling. At best, it’s a nondescript, neutral state of existence. And “I’m good” isn’t much better.