This walking tour of Prague is a free and self-guided tour. When I walked this route, it was just two months after my partner died of cancer, and I was walking in his footsteps. It turned out to be a beautiful and wishful walk through loss. When I first decided to travel to all of …

Scattering ashes isn’t something that people often talk about. That’s why, when my late fiancé’s ashes arrived on my front porch via the U.S. Postal Service, I was completely unprepared for what was inside that box stamped “cremated remains”. Scattering ashes: Tips and tricks to handling your loved one’s remains If you are scattering ashes …

This list has now grown to nine meditation resources for grief. (Updated August 2021!) Why these meditation resources for grief Due to the pandemic, many of us are coping with isolation and now the stress of returning to a “new normal”. Some of us have lost loved ones. What we are dealing with is grief. …

Why are you still single? It’s the dreaded question served by the well-meaning aunt over the Thanksgiving turkey, leveled by the aisle-seat passenger over the honey-roasted peanuts, and casually dropped by the cute stranger over the first-date glass of wine. And it makes single people universally want to scream through the tightly clenched teeth behind …

Diagnosis day can be a lonely grief milestone. Your loyal support network may remember your loved one’s death anniversary and birthday. They will probably heap extra love on you during the holidays and on special occasions – those celebratory moments that you never imagined would occur without your person. But the day your loved one …

Finding the right words to say when someone dies is really hard. It can even be a paralyzing distress that leads to inaction. You might stare into the blinking cursor of an empty text message for hours before setting down your phone, or you might think about what to write in a sympathy card for …