I was moved….


For many of us, writing is catharsis: a way to process and release difficult emotions. Few things are as emotional as the loss of a friend, family member, personal hero, or pet so it’s no surprise that we read a lot of posts paying tribute to lost loved ones and trying to make sense of the newly-made holes in our lives. Here are five pieces that have moved us over the last few months.

The Mess You’ll Leave Behind,” Stop the Silence, Speak the Truth

Parents who lost a son to a heroin overdose wrote this open letter, bluntly detailing their pain in an effort to push other addicts toward rehabilitation:

I can tell you for a fact that your Mom will never be the same. Some things she used to do joyfully she will no longer be able to do because they are too painful. Remember how…

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5 thoughts on “Writing Through Grief: Five Posts

  1. Writing through grief, loss, pain etc., is a very powerful processing tool. It’s self validating and also ‘other’ validating when we share. Like the post.

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    1. Thank you.
      Its really nice to share experiences or events so other would also understand that those events were really happening to almost everyone.That it’s okay to feel the pain. That if they’re going through the same thing,they were never alone.

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