Mother’s Day still matters even when someone's mom is not in their lives. Here's your chance to create a meaningful gesture that they'll remember—one you can repeat every year.
Mother’s Day isn’t always happy. For some, it’s a reminder that their mom is no longer here. Here's how you can well-wish those who have experienced this loss.
From bonbons that come in a sympathy sleeve to food solace package, these ‘out of the box’ sentiments are tasteful enough to mark a difficult time.
When you don’t have the words to help people who are grieving, books can do the heavy lifting. This list spans everything from literary favorites to practical handbooks for loss.
In an era of texting and disappearing videos, taking time to send a card or gift won't be forgotten. Here are some ideas of what to say and do when you want to express sympathy in a thoughtful way.
Here's a primer to navigate common pitfalls and avoid awkward conversations that can potentially hurt your relationship when. Tip No. 1: Don’t assume someone else is supporting them.