Death and dying are sensitive subjects to discuss, especially with strangers. While more and more people are using social media to talk about their loss, is it appropriate to mourn on Facebook?
Winston Hagans, who lost his fiancée, Hannah Ford, in a car crash, left a flower box at her grave.
Lacey Chabert wrote a heartbreaking tribute to her older sister, Wendy.
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.
People cry, applaud and sing "Amazing Grace" and "This Land Is Your Land."
The Supreme Court justice and women’s rights crusader died Friday at the age of 87.
The "real-life superhero" played icons Jackie Robinson and James Brown. And he was "Black Panther's" beloved king, T'Challa.
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?
This time of year can be challenging for someone who just lost a loved one. Here's how you can help.
Put away those spaghetti straps and Nike swooshes.