Bisexual people suffer depression and suicide at a rate greater than straight people or even their other LGBT counterparts. Here is one beautiful man’s story.
What we say to each other during tragedy can have an impact–good or ill–for years.
After a lifetime of avoiding his family, she realized he made his home behind the bar.
Lessons learned from his own loss offer a message of hope and assurance.
What is it about the death of a rock star like David Bowie that affects us so deeply?
The man who became an icon has died. As the icon he became lives on in the hearts of his fans, one fan in particular, B.K.Mullen writes a letter.
John White reflects on Bill Cosby. How he felt about him then, and how he feels about him now.
Not only did we lose an incredible artist, we lost one who put an unprecedented spotlight on the special bond of fathers and daughters.
To hell with the stereotypical husband. Artistic ones have so much to teach us.
Many of those gay widowers mourning the loss of their spouse are forced to confront discrimination even in death.
“I’m angry with a dead man, and I just don’t see the point of that.”
Being present for others during their time of need can lessen your own pain
Brian Whitney reflects on love, loss, and the twists and turns of life on the passing of his pet.
Miscarriages happen all the time and they are awful. Dads often stand back feeling powerless, but this can make it a lot worse. Here are four things we can do to support ourselves and our partners through the devastation of miscarriages.
Jeff Goins dives into the deep well of grief and tries to come up with answers.
There’s no single way through sorrow. But Louise Thayer helps us clear a path—and lead others, too.