Eimear Lawlor

One Less Present to Wrap

I miss going for walks with her when she quizzes me on what I did as a teenager. I always said I would tell her when she was older – now I can only speak to her, but I can’t see her except in my dreams every night.

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Elizabeth Coplan

Talking with Novelist Tara Marta

Grief Dialogues:  Good morning and welcome to the latest episode of grief bursts, the podcast page for the website Grief Dialogues. And today I’m with Tara

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Rachel Gebler Greenberg

Growth from Sudden Death

Just a few short months after the sudden and unexpected death of my beloved husband Glenn, I had an email exchange with a Sandy Hook

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Jen Brierley

What is Grief?

It is personal. It belongs to you. You may take some comfort in knowing that you are not alone in your feelings; that others have

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Mark Liebenow


This is the last of my 12 posts at The Grief Dialogues,and I am grateful to Elizabeth Coplan for her invitation to write them. The themes

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Mark Liebenow


As we follow grief’s advice, we discover that we have an amazing amount of strength. In the beginning, we weren’t sure we would survive this

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Mark Liebenow


Before the death of my loved one, I often lived for the future, dreaming about what life would be like one day, putting off dinners

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Mark Liebenow


After we have dealt with grief for a period of time, we will reach a point where it feels like we are turning away from

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10 things you can say and do to help those who are grieving. #help #grieving @ModernLoss #compassion

Part of being #ACPSocial is being open to all sorts of conversations that accompany #endoflife and #advancecareplanning.

So, how do you talk to young(er) ones about #death? We'd love to know! #questionoftheweek.

h/t @thedeathdeck

So cool! In 1978 I attended a Halloween party @Disneyland. A rich friend bought out the park for a night close to Halloween & threw an amazing party. 200 of us celebrated life (& death!) & being ourselves. Many of the guests used it as an opportunity to bust out of the closet!



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