How do you deal with the heartbreak of losing a beloved pet? Our audience shares creative and inspiring ways to process grief — and celebrate the lives of our animal companions.
It can be heartbreaking to let go of a hand-made rug or sweater that a loved one didn't quite finish. A group of volunteer knitters, quilters and other crafters offer some closure.
The research published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health is the first to look at the link between alcohol use and grief among adults in Georgia.
Documentary photographer Maansi Srivastava shares a story of growing up in the United States and reclaiming her roots in her project Roots Hanging from the Banyan Tree.
Karen Fine says "I feel like I learn from my patients all the time. ... They really have skills and senses that we don't." Her new memoir is The Other Family Doctor.
In 2018, a 17-year-old gunman killed 10 people at Santa Fe High School. But even with an influx of time and money for mental health services, the community is still struggling with grief and trauma.
After finding she had ten bereaved kids in her class, one Florida teacher created a teen grief group. It's a place where kids can support each other and feel they're not alone.
Mother's Day can be a painful time, especially for people living with loss. Author Rebecca Soffer shares ideas for how to care for yourself or loved ones on a difficult day.
Over the last two years, many have experienced a kind of ambiguous loss as we have lived with isolation and uncertainty in the pandemic. Author and therapist Pauline Boss explains how to move forward.
Grieving is a form of learning, says a scientist who studies the brain's response to loss. When someone you love dies, you have to learn new rules for navigating the world and your brain has to adapt.
Richard Guadagno died when United Airlines Flight 93 crashed on 9/11. His memory is scattered through his sister Lori's house in items that continue a conversation between the siblings 20 years later.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: It has been a difficult year. So there may be no more important time for all of us to talk about hard things. Fortunately, Anna Sale, host of the hugely popular podcast Death, Sex and Money, recently released a manual for how to have those conversations. Her book Let’s Talk About Hard Things is a distillation of what she’s learned in discussing the subjects so many of us prefer to avoid on her podcast for the past seven years.
The small but growing trend is seen as a welcome acknowledgement of people who are grieving, as well as a sign that email marketing is becoming increasingly personalized and socially conscious.
For many people this year, navigating grief from personal losses, like breakups and miscarriages, amid the drama of the pandemic has felt ... awkward. Here, stories of coping amid collective grief.
Thursday on Political Rewind , how do we grieve a loved one in the isolation brought on by the pandemic? Today, a personal story of dealing with loss in...