A son grapples with his father’s death.
A grateful daughter reconciles with her memories of her dad’s military career.
Traditionally thought of as a role women naturally step into, more men are caring for loved ones when they are sick.
The number of men having preventive mastectomies has skyrocketed, too.
While others around me struggle, I’m struck with an uncomfortable sense of my own fragility.
In the wake of losing a loved one, everything in your life becomes a potential surprise memorial … These seemingly incessant reminders force you once again to observe the loss anew.
It’s ok to remember and smile.
Please don’t tell us to “get over it.”
This story could be the catalyst for your second chance.
Losing a loved one can make you feel as though you too are lost. But you can find your way again.
We, as a society, have to be able to talk about suicide and the stigma that surrounds it.