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Reeling From the Losses of the Silent Generation

Reflections on losses of the Silent Generation, born between 1929 and 1945, marked by the start of the Great Depression and the end of World War II.
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September 27, 2020

After Widowhood, Moving Forward and Finding Happiness

Widowhood is a painful and sometimes unexpected journey for many older adults. These three people overcame their grief and found joy in living again.
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September 19, 2020

I Didn’t Know Her, But I Mourn Her

By Janet Siroto for Next AvenueLike many people during this pandemic, I have been spending more (read: too damn much) time on social media. As the lockdown in New York stretched on, I found myself logging onto Facebook with renewed vigor, always scrolling to look for posts by my friend Alan Friedman, an attorney, married dad of two, and former neighbor in New York City.Anyone who knows Alan knows he is an encyclopedia of guitar-centric rock and an avid concertgoer. If Fleetwood Mac, The Eag...
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July 26, 2020

How the Arts Can Ease Grief After Loss

By Patricia Corrigan for Next AvenueHow we process grief and loss is highly personal. Some retreat from the world for a while. Some throw themselves into work.
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May 18, 2020

Spotting Major Depression in the Grieving

By Amy Florian for Next AvenueSomeone you love is grieving. They seem terribly sad, they cry a lot and after a few weeks you start to wonder whether they are “stuck” or may need professional help. Do they?
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April 30, 2020