“Particularly in Western culture, there is so much stigma around discussing grief and loss.”
Amid a pandemic, loved ones of the dead—and those who handle their bodies—are reimagining how to care for those who pass away.
We asked an expert about the strain on the funeral industry and being forced to call in the army to transport coffins.
The end of the decade marked 10 years since my dad’s death, and it feels like keeping his memory alive gets harder as time goes on.
The Sri Lankan government has called the attack a “possible” retaliation of the Christchurch shooting.
"The morning after the hardest day of my life, the day I buried my mother, I learned a sobering truth: People go on with their lives."
On the first episode of the "Queerly Beloved" podcast, masculine-of-center queers find a tender connection over the loss of a mutual friend and love.
An anthology of essays, "Modern Loss," offers up honest and sometimes humorous stories about the reality of death and mourning in the digital age.
“When you experience those feelings and memories, it’s a little bit like losing someone all over again.”