From the Admins


Yesterday was a good day. In the morning, we stayed in our pajamas as long as possible. In the afternoon we bundled up, despite the fact that it wasn’t all that cold. And we headed out to find the most perfect Christmas tree ever. After that we returned home to spend a cozy evening listing to Bing Crosby …

Litsa and I typically identify as pessimistically optimistic, which I guess means that our glasses are half empty but we see the potential for them to be refilled. Anyway. We’ll readily admit that we find ourselves distracted by the negative more often than we’d like.  We’re definitely prone to complaining and commiserating, but there always comes a point …

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Positive psychologists define resilience as the ability to cope with adversity, overcome obstacles, and to remain psychologically healthy (relatively speaking) in the face of all that that life throws at you. Sometimes I think one’s ability to cope with grief depends on their determination to get out of bed every morning, to stand ankle deep in …

Hello PhotoGrief Friends.  We have news! We are are over-the-moon excited to announce our brand new 6 week photography eCourse, Exploring Grief Through Photography.  The course will take place from May 23rd – July 3rd on the brand new, membership only, What’s Your Grief Forum.  We’ll spare you the ‘why’s’ because you already get why photography is an awesome …

Once upon a time I lived in a little white house with my mother, father, four sisters and two brothers. The house was often messy and always noisy.  It stood tall against the abuses of 6 rowdy children, its worn in carpet padded the knees of newly crawling babies and its rickety windows aided and abetted …

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Alright, we’ll admit it, we have been abysmal at updating this site on a regular basis. Abysmal! I’m embarrassed because if there is one thing I dislike it’s a poorly maintained website.  With PhotoGrief it’s somewhat of a chicken or the egg dilemma because in order to share more photos we need more submissions, but …

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