Grief is often thought of as something that people handle privately, but this period of collective loss is changing how we mourn. Artist Annie Nicholson (who goes by The Fandangoe Kid) also believes in shattering the taboo around loss, trauma, and mental health. “Grief is a part … [Read more...] about This artist uses an ice cream van to talk about grief and mental health
Grief and loss are emotions that we all experience on an individual level, and certain events may even induce shared grief among communities. This year, the pandemic has brought with it strong and unfamiliar feelings of global collective grief. If you are struggling to make sense … [Read more...] about What we are feeling is collective grief. Here’s how to deal with it.
If you have ever experienced loss in any shape or form, you might know how paralyzing the grief that comes with it can be. Sometimes you can keep grief in check and maintain some normality in your days; other times the grief can be overwhelming, making it a challenge to do … [Read more...] about Overwhelmed by grief? Here’s how to get through tough emotions
Long Litt Woon’s memoir is not a typical tale of loss. Woon’s compelling memoir beautifully combines her grief, following the passing of her husband, with a passion for mushrooms cultivated in her time of mourning. The New York Times review of the book notes, “Long tells the … [Read more...] about The Way Through the Woods, a unique memoir juxtaposing grief and mushrooms
How long should we live with grief before asking for help?. David Servan-Schreiber | November 2009 issue Lynne is in great distress and is seeking help. Her story is heartbreak_ing. At 6 o’clock in the evening, her 10-month-old baby had a fever and seemed really sick. Over the … [Read more...] about The time is now