grief

6 Mindful Questions to Ask Yourself About Death and Dying—Closeup of hand holding question mark with heart on wood
Calm

6 Mindful Questions to Ask Yourself About Death and Dying 

Facing the reality of death—whether our own or a loved one’s—can be deeply painful. Yet, many find more ease once they accept that death is a part of life. These prompts can help us ease in, lessen anxiety, and maybe even feel a little more prepared. Read More

  • Lori Zaspel

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Anxiety

Living in a World of Grief 

In the midst of the pandemic, we're finding a new language of loss, one that holds space for all the ways we grieve. Read More 

  • Leslie Garrett
  • December 21, 2021
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Compassion

Healing in the Deep Ocean of Grief 

Grief can hold our heads beneath the waves, but, as Bryan Welch writes, its tides can also open us to compassion for ourselves and others, showing us the value of a broken heart. Read More 

  • Bryan Welch
  • April 20, 2021
Calm

Turning Grief into Random Acts of Kindness 

After the loss of their son Thomas, Kristin Fitzgerald-Zita and her partner asked friends and family to do something kind in his honor. Today, this call for kindness has spread all over the world and continues to write Thomas’ story. Read More 

  • Kristin Fitzgerald-Zita
  • March 9, 2021

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