Tag Archives: grief

The Descendants–Movie Review

I have no clue why it took me so long to see The Descendants. I absolutely loved how much setting the film used. Huge beach vistas and busy city streets in Hawaii. Totally grounded me in the story. The story … Continue reading

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Deifying the Dead

When someone dies, it’s natural to mourn them. To grieve the loss. To remember the best of them. But to pretend they were never human. That they never made mistakes. That is an atrocity. Don’t deify the dead. They weren’t … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Lovely Bones

Alice Sebold crafts a gut-ripping tale of loss, grief, recovery, and the afterlife in The Lovely Bones. It was on my list of movies to watch, but I never got around to it. Being a firm believer that books are … Continue reading

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