Josette Akresh-Gonzales’s Pushcart-nominated poem is one of mourning and celebration, in which “The front door is open for the ten /people who will say the kaddish with me. They don’t have to knock.”
Counselor Carl helps us understand that it’s OK not to be OK during the grieving process.
What’s really important about the wedding? It took a major loss for Liz Higgens to find out.
Despite everything that is happening, there are ways you can deal with your divorce better.
We are in a place of historical and spiritual transition and there are large decisions to made to bring about the change that is needed in our world today.
I’m not telling you that you have to have hope. Just allow me mine.
I have watched the progress, overnight, of the election of the President-Elect of the United States, from my home in Spain, with increasing disbelief.
Comment of the Day: ‘My daughter passed away—we didn’t get to say goodbye’
Believing that we are connected to something bigger and more timeless than our frail physical bodies sustains us in difficult times.
I wish to steal a kiss, to feel the strength inherent in true love.
14 months after losing our girls, we have experienced both joy and sadness, and incredible love from so many.
A son just out of prison tends to his dying father’s last needs.
His father-in-law’s passing opened him up to new roles and realities about what a home truly is.
When a man is faced with overwhelming pain he can choose to harden his heart, yet he pays a terrible cost for doing so.
In an emotionally honest Facebook post, actor Patton Oswalt describes what his life has been like three months after his wife’s unexpected death.
An Interview with author, Lucas Mann