Comedy in Afghanistan – It’s Hard to Laugh in the Face of Death

But sometimes the hard things are also the necessary things.

How to Deal With the Grief of Your Divorce

Divorce is a loss worth grieving.

My Take on Forgiveness 

Being able to move past our abuse is what we all want.

Surviving and Thriving After Experiencing Grief and Loss

Losing a loved one has disrupted your life and thrown your emotions in a whirlwind. Now, how do you recover?

Rest Easy My Brother

Learning about the loss of a good friend through Facebook is rough. But for one, it triggered a necessary change.

Grieving in the Shadows Offstage

We all grieve in our own way. John Morello chose haunting prose to heal himself and others in the wake of his brother’s death.

How Grief Can Get to You

Knowing what to expect when you are grieving can help you know that you’re not alone in your feelings.

All I Want for Christmas… is Man’s Best Friend

Sometimes, a rescue dog is a perfect gift for the whole family.

I Want to Feel Sorrow

Why I don’t want to forget the sadness of losing people.

Understanding How You Move Through the Five Stages of Grief

Counselor Carl explains how the five stages of grief overlap and repeat.

‘My Friend Just Died. I Don’t Know What to Do’

One man on Reddit responded with a life lesson we all need to hear.

Men and the Death of Their Fathers

Men grieve their fathers on their own terms, but similarities can be found.

When You Lose a Good Man: 5 Lessons for Daily Living

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 […]

Tree of the Apple

Kelly DuMar masterfully captures “the holy moment that saves your life” in this deceptively simple prose poem.

An Exploration of Male Grief

Raoul Wieland takes a look at male grief through the lens of close reading.

The 1950’s Man In Me: Part 2

Sometimes talking about our emotions isn’t all we think it’s cracked up to be.