Where in the Facebook is My Friend?

One man searches desperately for a reconnection with his childhood friend.

How Do We Grieve as Men Today?

Chris Davies lost a man who made a difference in his life. Here’s how he honored him.

Katonah takes Solace in Faith

The fact that this dog’s loyalty just won’t quit strikes Rich Monetti’s heart.

Making Your Life Suck Proof and Beyond, The Roman Way

Reflections From the Son of a Stoic on the Possibility of Loving Every Moment of Your Life

The Man Who Sought Asylum

Home is just one of the things a refugee loses in David Bergman’s moving poem.

The Symmetry of Touching Hands: A Man’s Reflection on Birth and Death

Hands are there to welcome us into the world, and to signal our exit.

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

But sometimes the hard things are also the necessary things.

The Enormity of My Loss: A Letter to My Dead Father

A son grapples with his father’s death.

How to Deal With the Grief of Your Divorce

Divorce is a loss worth grieving.

Acknowledging Our Grief Anniversaries

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.

You Can Have Joy Again After Grief and Loss

This story could be the catalyst for your second chance.

Our Friend Darin Died that Day

“You turned my mourning into dancing; you removed my sackcloth and clothed me with joy.”

The Most Important Lessons I Learned From My Dad

Some lessons stick with us long after someone is gone.

A Sister’s Death, A Brother’s Pain

Pain from death is an open wound that constantly bleeds.

The Cost When a Bi-Curious Husband and Father Cheats With Another Man

It was just supposed to be diversion, an affair. Not all hearts are built that way.

On Sunday We Slide Into the Mud of Our Dreams

William Reichard brings us an evocative poem of loss and, perhaps, hope.