Tag: grief project

Grief Series; “Until Next Time”

There is a lot of heaviness in this world right now. As it seems there always is, but in reality of recent news stories, everything just feels more dense. I’m not going to lie, doing this project continuously is a lot of weight to hold and for that reason alone,

Grief Series; “A Plastic Box”

Many women are connected with one another by the betrayal of their own bodies. It’s a story that is far too common, but does not take away the pain of each individual story. Brittany’s story has been shared by The March of Dimes, but her story didn’t really end there,

Grief Series, “Understanding Pain”

KP is an excellent writer – so instead of speaking my own words, I’ve chosen to let them write their own story for your reading: “I made a study of death and dying in my undergrad due to suffering severe depression and undiagnosed bipolar I. I poured over existential, Daoist,

Grief Series; “Chosen Family”

In instances of disbelief and heartache, we get caught up in the temporary horror or grief of our circumstances without the ability to dissect what we are going through with a clear mind. Oppositely, sometimes we go through instances that are absolutely horrific and downplay them because we have high

Grief Series; “Grief Rush”

If you are human you have felt the moment; a sudden drop in your stomach, an instant feeling of overcoming and despair. Maybe this moment happens standing among many people or maybe it happens in private viewing a text or listening on the phone. Maybe this moment feels large about

Grief Series; Hazed Panic

 Grief is loss; but grief isn’t just loss of physical life. Grief is the loss of a life you had, or an existence you had prior to the rug being ripped from underneath you. Sometimes we are blindsided by the people we love – sometimes there are secrets held from

Grief Series; “Loss & Gain”

I started to continue my more serious project last month – which is a part of a grief series I’m doing. I titled it “Loss & Gain [thru the smoke]” Jenna and her husband Darius really have gone through quite a hard time in the last year. From finding out

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