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‘Sorry for Your Loss’ – On the Death of an Estranged Brother

Little Boy Blues

How do you cope with the loss of an estranged sibling, and the outpourings of sympathy from well-intentioned friends? Read More »

Bridge Over Troubled Water – Finding Solace in a Record

How did one person find a bit of solace and redemption in a record album after the events of Boston? 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 »

Talking to the Online Dead

Maybe a new form of worship of the dead is coming into being, born of technology that keeps the dead present and in some sense alive on our screens. Read More »

Finally a Time to Say Good-Bye

Almost 30 years after our relationship ended, I found a way to say farewell to a friend. Read More »

Book Review: A Time to Mourn, A Time to Comfort: A Child’s Workbook for Remembering and Stories from Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow by Rachmiel Tobesman

A hands-on workbook for Jewish children to lead them through the mourning process and help construct a memory book. Read More »

Book Review: Ostrich Boys by Keith Gray

Three friends kidnap the ashes of their dead buddy in this unique YA novel by British author Keith Gray. Read More »

Book Review: This Is Where I Leave You by Jonathan Tropper

Jonathan Tropper's This Is Where I Leave You will have you laughing to keep from crying. Read More »

A Good and Bad Day

Death comes after us every day. We fend it off, celebrate our success, and mourn those who lose the battle. Read More »