Private grief and public memorials


Where once grief was kept under wraps, it now seeps into the collective consciousness via social media and public memorials. But what are the consequences of this new openness? By Sally Piper.

I like to get away from the demands of life in nature. My chosen method of escape is bushwalking. I mostly walk alone. The only demands upon me then are those that I make upon myself.

To read the full article please go to The Saturday Paper, where it appeared on 4-10 May 2019