grief Articles

Still Parents: Breaking the taboo around miscarriage

Still Parents: Breaking the taboo around miscarriage

Review of the ‘Still Parents’ exhibition at the Whitworth Gallery and discussions around women’s reproductive health care.
Homesickness: Illness or evolutionary advantage?

Homesickness: Illness or evolutionary advantage?

Homesickness can slap us in the face at university… but maybe we should embrace missing home? 
Blind Date Books: Is it worth it?

Blind Date Books: Is it worth it?

Blind Date Books are on the rise online and in stores. We try Blackwell’s attempt at the trend with their own mysteriously wrapped books
Petite Maman: An exploration of loss and grief through time

Petite Maman: An exploration of loss and grief through time

From hopefully heart-warming to richly painted scenes of grief and loss, Celine Sciamma’s new film is one of 2021’s best.
New worlds: four books to open your eyes

New worlds: four books to open your eyes

Searching for some exciting new non-fiction? Ava Innes looks at four books that offer new ways of viewing the world
Art in Mancunia: Priya Ray

Art in Mancunia: Priya Ray

In this instalment of Art in Mancunia, Saoirse Akhtar-Farren reviews Priya Ray’s ‘Absence’ Project: a photographic series exploring loss and life after bereavement

Review: The Child in Time

Benedict Cumberbatch and Kelly MacDonald go on separate journeys of grief as they come to terms with the disappearance of their daughter Kate in BBC1’s drama The Child in Time

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