Loss Letters is an email series about grief, loss and way-finding. In these letters I'll define loss broadly: loss of a job, loss of security, loss of a relationship, loss of freedom. Grief comes from an enormous spectrum of experience and I want to share many different individuals' stories. My hope is that each of us build and broaden our resiliency.
Grief is a Mess
It's not my intention to solve, sanitize or even make clear meaning out of grief, because grief can't be cleaned up and because meaning-making takes distance, time, reflection, and clarity (none of which I have yet).
We find one another in many ways. I hope these letters can be one.
Resiliency is a key to way-finding.
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Send your experience if you'd like to contribute. Ideal essays are 1 word - 2,000 words. 550 is a sweet spot!