Dying & Death Talk

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



Dr. Lisa Talks About…Grief – What it feels like

For Those in Grief, Talking to a Dead Loved One Is Good for Mental Health

Courtesy of TeenVogue | by Adryan Corcione | Originally Posted 08.30.2018 | Published 12.09.2019 And it's totally normal. Grief is hard work. Whether you’ve lost a parent, sibling, a friend, or someone else, a loved one’s death can lead to a... Continue Reading →

Grief doesn’t leave you. It lays bare your capacity to tolerate what is terrifying

Courtesy of The Irish Times | By Laura Kennedy |Photograph by Aidan Crawley | Originally Posted 11.27.2019 | Published 12.01.2019 Four years, and still I don’t know what to do on my mother’s anniversary Each year, the anniversary comes, and... Continue Reading →

Widowed mother-of-6 shares grief advice: ‘You are not required to smile for anyone’

Courtesy of | Written by Elise Sole | Photo by : Amy Paulsen | Originally Posted 11.07.2019 | Published 11.17.2019 (Picture Above: Shannon Dingle lost her husband Lee over the summer in a "freak accident." Now she and their... Continue Reading →

Nora McInermy: We don’t “move on” from grief, we move forward with it.

Courtesy of | By Nora McInermy |November 2018 | Posted 09.29.2019 In a talk that's by turns heartbreaking and hilarious, writer and podcaster Nora McInerny shares her hard-earned wisdom about life and death. Her candid approach to something that... Continue Reading →

Coping With the Death of Old Friends and Siblings

As we age, the losses come more frequently. We need to give them their due. Courtesy of | By Debbie Reslock | Originally Published 03.21.2017 | Posted 09.05.2019 In our family, my dad used to say we’d all be... Continue Reading →

64 MORE Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me About Grief

Courtesy of What' | Posted 08.29.2019 Back in October, I wrote a post of 64 things I wish someone had told me about grief.   I wrote it on a whim when I was having some writer’s block, and never in... Continue Reading →

She lost her dad to suicide. She now hopes a billboard can help save others.

Courtesy of the Washington | By Marisa Iati | Photo by Caroline Adams | Originally Published 08.02.2019 |Posted 08.26.2019 Her father’s suicide interrupted all the normal 17-year-old things. The night it happened, Nicole Leth had been worried about who... Continue Reading →

Grief in the Workplace

Courtesy of | By Kathleen Smith, PhD | Posted 08.10.2019 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 might have not known... Continue Reading →

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