Traditional Jewish mourning and bereavement practices are designed to help us bear our grief. But sometimes we need something more: a poem that captures our imagination, a creative ritual that addresses the particularity of our grief, a song that speaks to our heart. May you find a measure of comfort in your time of need.
Mourning & Bereavement
"Take solace in the fact that she's in a better place now." "Don't sit around moping after the breakup—you need to get out!" "Cheer up! It'll get better from here." "You just gotta keep busy to...
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When I have been in moments of grief and someone tells me, “You will learn so much from this,” I want to scream.