Laurie Burrows Grad

I am a food writer and tv chef who transitioned to writing about grief when her husband Peter died on August 1, 2015.

I am a food writer, television chef, and food journalist who transitioned to writing about grief when her husband, Peter, suddenly died on August 1, 2015. She has written over 75 blogs about being a widow on Huffington Post. Laurie is also the Editor-in-Chief for www.epicurus.com, one of the top food sites, and writes monthly blogs about cookware and cookbooks.
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Peter and Laurie in better times
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YOU CAN’T GO HOME AGAIN

by Laurie Burrows Grad
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SPLIT DECISIONS

by Laurie Burrows Grad
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A VISIT TO GRIEF CAMP

by Laurie Burrows Grad
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SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO?

by Laurie Burrows Grad
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It’s Been Three Years Since Peter Died

by Laurie Burrows Grad
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NO MAN IS AN ISLAND

by Laurie Burrows Grad
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Grief And The Hedonic Treadmill

by Laurie Burrows Grad
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THANATOPHOBIA

by Laurie Burrows Grad
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BEATING A DEAD HORSE,

by Laurie Burrows Grad
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Grief Never Truly Ends. Here Are 10 Coping Mechanisms for Any Stage of Your Grief

by Laurie Burrows Grad
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RECALIBRATING YOUR GRIEF:

by Laurie Burrows Grad
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HOW TO COPE WITH A WEDDING ANNIVERSARY AFTER THE DEATH OF YOUR SOULMATE

by Laurie Burrows Grad
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BUILDING STRENGTH AND RESILIENCE IN GRIEF

by Laurie Burrows Grad
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To Date or Not To Date

by Laurie Burrows Grad
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You Are Stronger Than you Think

by Laurie Burrows Grad
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The Duality of a Grieving Heart

by Laurie Burrows Grad
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DON’T WORRY BABY

by Laurie Burrows Grad

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