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Book Review: One Moment, One Morning by Sarah Rayner

Three women, whose lives become interconnected by a chance event, experience life-changing moments as they learn from each other Read More »

Interview: Dr. Keith Cobb, Author of The Grief Survival Handbook

"In addition to the depressed mood and anxiety, I find insomnia, moodiness, and difficulty concentrating to be common complaints. Existing medical conditions can worsen during the grief process..." Read More »

Interview: Laura B. Hayden, Author of Staying Alive: A Love Story

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Book Review: The Grief Survival Handbook: A Guide from Heartache to Healing by D. Keith Cobb M.D.

There's no "right" way to grieve. A new book explores the many sides of loss and how to survive it. Read More »

Book Review: In the Fullness of Time: 32 Women on Life after 50 by Emily W. Upham and Linda Gravenson (eds)

32 prominent women present lively, poignant, and entertaining poems, essays, and interviews about growing older. Read More »

Book Review: Beyond the Valley: Finding Hope in Life’s Losses by Dave Branon

Beyond the Valley is packed with practical and real life reasons to live on in the midst of life's losses. Read More »

Book Review: The Dragonfly Secret: A Story of Boundless Love by Clea and John Adams, Illustrated by Barbara L. Gibson

This picture book about communication from beyond death should be approached with caution. Read More »

Grieving On Schedule?

I want to grieve for my grandmother when she dies, and I don’t want to do it on somebody else’s schedule. Read More »

Grief, Willy DeVille, Me, and Michael Jackson Too

Grief is nothing to be afraid of, but neither should it be a spectator sport. Read More »