This project is an invitation to break the taboo. An inspiration and information channel for the ones who go through the grieving process and the ones who want to help

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There’s a time we are soaking wet and we give up running under the rain

We are talking about daily goodbyes, small deaths and farewells. This way, the journalist and writer, Jorge Tarquini, describes his journey with his father, a victim of Parkinson's and Alzheimer's, for the eight years he lived with these degenerative diseases. In this opened and brave testimony he speaks of pain, love, funny moments but also of the guilt that society imposes on families who have their rights to continue to live, laugh and be happy, denied
The love story goes on

251 days without you

The world that the analyst Silvia Bellintani knew fell apart in the middle of the night on November 3, 2015, when her husband, Milton Bellintani, journalist, passed away, victim of a massive heart attack. The love story that lasted more than 15 years did not end there. It emerges every day, in the repertoire of small simple and wonderful things in her previous life that she tries return to by herself, slowly. This process is not simple, it is slow and painful. It is a brave reunion with routes, tastes and routines so familiar she wrote to Milton