An untold number of burials around the globe are going forward with nothing more than a priest, a funeral home employee and a single loved one.
Leslie Gray Streeter's memoir about grief is funny, sad and real. When a critic said it wasn’t “top shelf,” she said, "I was like, 'I’m the mid-price vodka of memoirs.'"
Let the talk show host comically guide you through denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.
"I hate crowds and loud rock music, but I was being offered a gift: the chance to learn more about my son all these years after he was taken from me."
Kobe Bryant’s death left thousands of fans in enormous grief. But why do we experience overwhelming sadness for a person who we’ve never even met?
When a child's famous role model dies, there are ways parents can help them cope.
The fact that I was shocked by a freak accident, the kind that stole my husband less than two years ago, produced a new kind of survivor’s guilt.
The game against the Los Angeles Clippers is being rescheduled out of respect for a "deeply grieving" Lakers team, the NBA said.
"Letting go of anger toward my mother has fueled me to be a better mom."
"I didn’t feel like I had a purpose for being a musician, or anything," the Grammy-nominated artist said in an interview on "CBS This Morning."
Her mom, Carrie Fisher, and grandma Debbie Reynolds died days apart in 2016.
I tried to comprehend how to mourn the loss of a man I was never supposed to have loved.
This time of year can be challenging for someone who just lost a loved one. Here's how you can help.
Kim didn’t try to alleviate my sadness. She didn’t need to fix me. And vice versa.
Being there in that space seemed to give her something I hadn’t been able to before.
When Matt disappeared, my own life suddenly became public and seemed to be solely defined by this tragedy.
The "Late Show" host opens up about what it means to suffer and what benefit we get from it.
TED speaker and triple amputee Dr. BJ Miller talks about his new book, "A Beginner's Guide to the End," and why millennials are the “sandwich generation” of caregivers.
Cinema this year has helped us become more fluent about trauma so that we can relate to each other more openly about our vulnerability.