“Felt unhinged, might delete later.”
Women on TikTok are getting candid about their struggles with “body grief.”
Maryah Greene is an author and plant stylist who wrote a children’s book about loss, growth and resilience using plants as a metaphor to help facilitate hard times and conversations.
Gen Zers on TikTok are getting vulnerable with a new trend that revolves around publicly grieving.
“I cried when I found out my graduation was canceled.”
She’d never sewn before in her life — but when her dad passed away, she wanted to remember him in a very special way.
“I pray someone [will] clean my son’s stone 100 years from now…”
Millions of TikTokers agree the mom had one final message for her family — and they captured it all on camera.
“I know the silence is deafening…”
Whether death and tragedy are witnessed on TV, overheard in adults’ conversations or experienced directly, these heavy experiences are likely to raise many questions and emotions in kids.