Story's End: How Writing Helps Us Cope With Death
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By Meghan O'Rourke
The New Yorker

My mother died on Christmas Day, at home, around three in the afternoon. In the first months afterward, I felt an intense desire to write down the story of her death, to tell it over and over to friends. I jotted down stray thoughts and memories in the middle of the night.

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