Grief and Marriage

A relationship defined by loss

Wedding day | Photo courtesy of the author

Anticipatory Grief

My dad, Tim, and my sister, Alison, at the ‘North Pole’ | Photo courtesy of the author

Facebook Official (Before Facebook)

Ah, young romance. Nate and I at his college graduation in May 2004 | Photo courtesy of the author
On a Habitat for Humanity trip with a classmate. Wearing my beloved Velcro sneakers and visor | Photo courtesy of the author
On a work-bonding trip to the Boston Harbor Islands. I’m on the left in a painter’s cap. Photo snapped a few days after the breakup. Devastation is at an all-time high. Picture courtesy of author.

Paying Your Dues

Nate and I are married, July 2014. Photographer’s ponytail cascades on the right side of the frame | Photo courtesy of Deena Selenow

Where’s the book on Option C?

His needs

Nate with our daughter, playing Pooh sticks. Image couresty of the author

Navigating sibling & parent loss and trying to change the way people support each other in grief. Founder at www.hereforyou.co

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