Anders Nilsen poured his grief into his notebooks - which included short cartoons and vignettes, after the death of his fiancé in 2005.
What transpired over the years is a 54 page typed and handwritten notebook exploring the evolution of his grief, called "The End: Revised and Expanded".
Anders shares in this article that he had to create his own rituals for his grief, and that "I had to clear space in my life for death".
Making space for grief, taking time to be with the emotions, not rushing or putting a timeline on what it "should" look or feel like, will allow you and your loved ones a safe place to "be with grief".
What ways have helped you be with grief?