Counselor Carl explains how the five stages of grief overlap and repeat.
Men grieve their fathers on their own terms, but similarities can be found.
You know when you’re on the phone with your favorite person in the whole world and you can tell they are getting tired, but you aren’t ready to hang up yet? That’s how it feels to be teetering on the edge of losing someone you love. It’s excruciating. In the three weeks between his cancer […]
Kelly DuMar masterfully captures “the holy moment that saves your life” in this deceptively simple prose poem.
Raoul Wieland takes a look at male grief through the lens of close reading.
Sometimes talking about our emotions isn’t all we think it’s cracked up to be.
This poem from Todd Davis is a prime example of the power of the unspoken, the understated.
While it’s true that no words are adequate for someone who has lost the love of his life, here are some phrases you want to avoid.
Randall Horton discusses violence as a part of men’s grief.
Loss and longing permeate this offering from Bryan Borland, an intensely lyrical, deeply imagistic remembrance of a departed brother.
Rev. Neil O’Farrell thinks about husbands and their wives’ deaths.
Like Mary Poppins’ creator, writer Kip Robisch lost his ‘fun dad’ early.
How can a son say goodbye to a father he never connected with?