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Gathering Us shows how virtual funerals can still be cathartic

They’re more meaningful than you might think.


Matt Silverman


Grief is never easy, but it’s especially hard if you can’t be with your loved ones in person. COVID-19 has made funerals incredibly complicated in recent months, but the online service Gathering Us has been planning for this for a while.

Its founder, Noha Waibsnaider, explains why virtual memorials are the next-best thing (and in some cases, even better than in-person events). Waibsnaider chats with Alli and Jen about the origins of Gathering Us, and the complexities of grieving over Zoom.

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