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Comings and Goings

We have been pretty busy lately with all sorts of random WYG projects and life in general. If you don’t follow us on social media you may have missed some of our updates, so we wanted to take a quick minute to fill you in. Together with some of our readers, we put together a …

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13 Questions with a WYG Reader: Roni and Ron

Litsa and I write on WYG about our personal grief experiences with regularity.  We talk about our grief so much that I’m sure every once in a while you think to yourself, alright already, but in our defense it’s often the easiest way for us to convey an idea or put a concept into context.  At the same …

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Everyday Love: The Death Anniversary Several Years Later

For most newlyweds the first wedding anniversary is day of happiness and joy. Hopefully the couple’s year together has been one of wedded bliss, save for the the occasional bump in the road, and their anniversary is an opportunity to celebrate a successful year of marriage and reaffirm their enduring love and desire. There will probably be reservations, champagne, a …

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Grief Triggers and Positive Memory: A Continuum

Central New York, where I grew up, overachieves when it comes to cold weather seasons.   I won’t even get started on winter, but I will take a few moments to ruminate on fall. As soon as the calendar hits September the air grows cool and the green trees of summer blossom into vibrant orange, red …

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Ambiguous Grief: Grieving Someone Who Is Still Alive

My guess is that when people read the title of this article they will react with either a, “what are they talking about?  How can someone be grieving someone who is still alive and what the heck is ambiguous grief???” or a “holy crap, yes!  I have felt exactly that way! Thank goodness WYG is …


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