Search

Dying & Death Talk

Looking at dying and death for what it is: a part of life.

Category

Grief

Helping Someone Who’s Grieving

Courtesy of HelpGuide.org | Published 05.23.2020 Is someone you know grieving a loss? Learn what to say and how to comfort someone through bereavement, grief, and loss. How to support someone who’s grieving When someone you care about is grieving... Continue Reading →

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 →

How Hospitals Changed Their Approach to Stillbirth

Courtesy of MSN.com and The Atlantic | By Sarah Zhang for The Atlantic | Illustration by Kate Martin for The Atlantic | Originally posted 02.13.2020 | Published 05.14.2020 AARHUS, Denmark—When Ane Petrea Ørnstrand’s daughter was stillborn at 37 weeks, she... 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 →

GRIEF IS HEALING IN MOTION

Courtesty of Toko-Pa.com | Artwork by Inhyuk Jo |Originally Posted 07.24.2019 | Posted 03.21.2020 Grief is the response to a broken bond of belonging. Whether through the loss of a loved one, a way of life, or a cherished community, grief... 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 →

Beauty in grief: Durham woman creates 100 days of art from her mother’s funeral flowers

Courtesy of WRAL.com | By Heather Leah, WRAL digital journalist | Originally Posted 02.08.2020 | Published 03.09.2020 https://www.wral.com/woman-uses-funeral-flowers-to-remember-mom-with-delicate-art/18958907/ DURHAM, N.C. — When Janet Willis' mom passed away from small cell lung cancer in her 70s, Willis said she felt like she... Continue Reading →

Dealing With Depression: A Resource Guide

Courtesy of The Recovery Village Columbus If you or someone you know is suffering from depression, it can be difficult to know where to turn. There are many excellent resources online that you can use to find out more about... Continue Reading →

Would you join a grief club? From supper parties to podcasts, a new generation is changing the way we deal with loss.

Courtesy of the DailyMail.co.uk | By Emma Winterschladen | Originally posted 12.21.2020 | Published 01.17.2020 When you suffer a loss, there is the before and the after. There is a line you cross, a door you walk through, never to... Continue Reading →

A WordPress.com Website.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: