When Writers Write About Grief

This article appeared in Sundays edition of “Gather” an online website where writers share their commentaries. I’ve highlighted the verbiage that I believe we hear after a loss and which shows that sometimes, a writer “gets it”. Lea Michele is … Continue reading

Changing the Way We Grieve: The Boomer Generation

4,900 parents of baby boomers die every day in this country. Burying one’s parents has always been a painful midlife passage. I’ve seen my friends over the past five years go through the death of their last parent and just … Continue reading

Situational Loss

I just came upon this term while researching. It was new to me. I thought, what an interesting word to use when addressing a loss. Why would such a word be needed? What is being avoided (specifics) or are we … Continue reading