Grief

Remembrance tattoos can aid people dealing with loss in more ways than you might realize, according to mental health experts.
"If I don't make it I want you to know that I lived a happy … life with you and would never have traded it for all the riches in the world," Billy Loredo wrote.
Over 300,000 people have died of the coronavirus in the U.S. And as thousands more die each day, Americans have not had the chance to collectively mourn.
In an interview with HuffPost, Sheryl Sandberg gets real about grief and helping each other through the holidays and beyond.
It's normal to mourn holidays, jobs, social gatherings and other losses caused by COVID-19. This advice can help.
For Americans who have lost someone to COVID-19 or anything else this year, the holiday season might be an uphill battle. Here's advice on processing the pain.
These stories help kids understand and process loss.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a constant this year. What's been less constant is a national leader who recognizes our collective suffering.
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend made a very healing choice, according to grief experts.
"His autopsy is done, his ashes returned to me, his obituary posted, and I’ve received his death certificates, but I still expect him to come home to me."