November 18, 2015

In his novel, Looking for Alaska, John Green describes a realization many experience when someone very dear to us has died or when we have lost something of great importance, such as a job, a pet, a home, a career, our health, a valued possession and/or trust in others...

November 5, 2015

After a great deal of introspection and searching for the reasons why one of main characters in John Green’s novel, Looking for Alaska, suddenly dies, the protagonist, Miles “Pudge” Halter, sits down at his computer to write his way out of his personal labyrinth of suf...

September 28, 2015

Grievers often believe that they are bound to their grief for life, as if grief was an unending condition or a permanent appendage. Our society teaches us that some losses are too hard, too deep, or too profound to ever get over. While there may be happy times, those m...

August 21, 2015

Welcome! I bet you're wondering about the title of this blog, "Good Grief." How can grief be good? Grief by definition is a bad thing, right? Well, not necessarily. Grief is the normal process of reacting to a loss of any kind.

Some losses are felt more deeply than othe...

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