Grief

  • Celine Dion
    People

    Celine Dion just gave a powerful speech about grief

  • How to really live in the moment, by someone with terminal cancer: Sarah Lloyd with her husband, Billy, and their son, James
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    What living ‘in the moment’ really means, by someone with incurable cancer

  • Carrie Fisher and Billie Lourd
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    Billie Lourd just reminded everyone that it’s OK to grieve at Christmas

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Life

What Rev Richard Coles can teach us about staying positive in the face of adversity

He has been sent homophobic letters since losing his partner earlier this week.

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Natalie Cornish
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This powerful open letter proves there is no right way to grieve

It’s completely valid to feel disenfranchised grief. Here’s some advice on how to cope.

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Catherine Renton
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“How I’ve learned to cope with grief at Christmas”

“This is a time to create your own rituals that heal, nurture and comfort you. And I promise you, it gets easier.”

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Poorna Bell
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Miscarriage: what to say to a friend who is going through loss

If you’re lost for words, here are two that it’s easy to start with.

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Amy Swales
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Busy Philipps’ tribute to her late colleague is a must-read for anyone suffering a loss

The actor honoured her talk show’s editor in the most powerful way.

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So, is The Aeronauts actually as good as everyone says it is?

Spoiler: Felicity Jones’ new film may just be her best performance yet.

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Kemi J Williams
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The 11 best fiction and feminist reads for November

From Elizabeth Strout to Emma Forrest, these 11 incredible books will excite your mind and heart this winter.

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Francesca Brown
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Why you need to talk to your family about grief.
People

“Why it’s important to talk about death with your family”

From funeral arrangements to organ donation, it’s important our family knows our views.

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Poorna Bell
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Best books of October 2019
Books

Autumn reads, breakout poetry and non-fiction books everyone will be talking about

October’s books are an unmissable mix of thrillers, true-life tales and iconic women writers.

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Francesca Brown
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3 women behind Stylist Strong reveal their secrets to finding resilience

From building up strength to letting others see our weaknesses, we all find power in different ways

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Stylist Team
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Robbie Williams and Ayda Field’s loss is a staunch reminder that pet bereavement is real grief

The couple ‘cried their eyes out’ over the death of their beloved dog.

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Amy Lavelle
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Kemi J Williams
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So, is The Farewell actually as good as everyone says it is?

Spoiler: Awkwafina’s new film may just be her best performance yet.

Anger management: would you try anger management therapy?
Life

“I knew I’d made a mistake the moment I pushed her”

A freelance writer knew she had to change her furious ways, so she signed up for intensive anger management. This is what happened next.

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Stylist Team
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Margaret Atwood has confirmed that her beloved partner Graeme Gibson, a fellow writer and bird watcher (both are members of the Rare Bird Club), has lost his battle with dementia.
Books

Margaret Atwood’s emotional tribute to Graeme Gibson finds beauty in his sudden death

Celebrated author Graeme Gibson, who was Margaret Atwood's partner for four decades, sadly passed away on 18 September.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Grief and loss: “This is what grief taught me about my inner strength”

“In the darkest moments, where you’ve gone through the worst kind of grief, you get the most information about yourself.”

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Sarah Biddlecombe
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Author Roald Dahl with wife Patricia Neal and children Lucy and Orphelia. 31st January 1968. Y1057. (Photo by Mirrorpix/Mirrorpix via Getty Images)
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How Roald Dahl’s grief paved the way for his brave female protagonists

When Roald Dahl lost his beloved daughter, the tone of his writing noticeably shifted.

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Donald Sturrock
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Poorna Bell
People

Poorna Bell: “How weight training helped me find inner strength after my husband’s suicide”

One writer shares how she found positivity when surrounded by wreckage.

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Poorna Bell
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September's best new books
Books

From poetry to feminism via memoir, thrillers and great reads, September’s books are incredible

Some of 2019’s biggest book releases are about to arrive on your reading list.

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Francesca Brown
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Cathy Rentzenbrink
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Cathy Rentzenbrink was told “time heals”. The reality of grief, though, proved very different

“There is no point pining for our lost, innocent selves. There is no reset button with grief”

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Aretha Franklin’s most powerful and inspiring quotes

To celebrate Aretha Franklin’s undeniable role as a champion for women everywhere, we’ve decided to take a look back at her most inspiring quotes.

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Kayleigh Dray
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