Our weekly round up of interesting articles culled from various corners of the web.
By: Libertine, Medium
“Some of the sharing over social media is facile. But, it also allows for support when real life is not enough. “When you experience loss, it helps — in my opinion — to be connected to a community of people who ‘get it,’ no questions asked,’ Gabi says.”
By: Megan Devine, Huffington Post
“So if you’re with me here, nodding your head, eyes tearing up, missing the one you are quiet with — let’s talk about how to survive these holidays when maybe they were a bit trying even before life went sideways.”
By: Anne Strainchamps, PRI
“Across the country, in cafes, dining rooms, and community centers, there’s a new conversation taking shape. After decades of sanitizing and sequestering death and dying, America seems ready to talk about death.”
By: Elaine Mansfield
“How does the mystery of love continue even after death?”
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