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SUNDAY READING: THE NATURE OF GRIEF

Courtesy of TheNewYorker.com | Photograph by Paul Fusco / Magnum | Originally Published 02.23.2020 | 05.17.2020 Grief is a universal and inevitable emotion in any life, and yet it is mysterious and various in its forms. This week, we’re bringing... Continue Reading →

Death Shock: How to Recover When a Loved One Dies Suddenly

Courtesy of Psychology Today.com | By Sean Grover L.C.S.W. | Photo by Cristian Newman on Unsplash | Originally Posted 03.02.2020 | Posted 03.31.2020 5 stages of grief and 5 ways to recover. It changes you forever. The news arrives, and... Continue Reading →

Be Extra AF Even In Death With These Glittery Coffins

Courtesy of ScaryMommy.com |By Cassandra Stone | Image by The Glitter Coffin Company | Originally Posted 12.06.2018 | Posted 03.26.2020 Nothing says ‘I have truly LIVED’ more than a bright, sparkly coffin Is there a more perfect send-off than letting... Continue Reading →

Karl-Anthony Towns: Mother in coma; Wolves confirm COVID-19 diagnosis

Courtesy of ESPN.Com | Written by Nick Friedell | Originally Publishd 03.25.2020 | Posted 03.25.2020 "...She was telling me things I didn't want to hear so -- I dismissed some things she was saying because it wasn't something I want... Continue Reading →

How Hospitals Changed Their Approach to Stillbirth Grieving patients are encouraged to see and hold their stillborn infants—and in some cases even bring them home.

Courtesy of TheAtlantic.com | By Sarah Zhang | Illustration by Katie Martin/The Atlantic | Originally Published 02.12.2020 | Posted 03.14.2020 AARHUS, Denmark—When Ane Petrea Ørnstrand’s daughter was stillborn at 37 weeks, she and her husband spent five days in the... Continue Reading →

Grief in the Workplace

Courtesy of Psycom.net | Written by Kathleen Smith, PhD, LPC | Posted 09.09.2019| Published 11.09.2019 In most workplaces, there is nothing in the manual to address the death of a coworker. They might be like family to us, or we... Continue Reading →

The 4 stories we tell ourselves about death

Courtesy of Ted.com | by Stephen Cave | Originally published 07.2013 | Originally Published 09.09.2017 https://www.ted.com/talks/stephen_cave_the_4_stories_we_tell_ourselves_about_death?utm_campaign=tedspread&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=tedcomshare

Different cultural beliefs at time of death

Courtesy of AMemoryTree.com | Posted 10.13.2019Different cultural beliefs at time of deathLiving in a society represented by many cultures and religious beliefs means that memorable events can be celebrated differently. In this section we look at the different religious beliefs surrounding death & dying and... Continue Reading →

A new documentary shows how attitudes to death are changing in America

Courtesy of TheEconomist.com |by E.H | Originally published 08.14.2019 | Posted 10.08.2019 "Alternate Endings" by HBO Increasingly, people do not want conventional funerals. More want a say in how they will die and are remembered LESS THAN ten minutes into... Continue Reading →

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