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Death of Loved Ones

How To Have Everyday Conversations About Death And Dying

Karen M. Wyatt, M.D. | Posted 02.10.2016 | Healthy Living
Karen M. Wyatt, M.D.

When the word "death" shows up in our conversations as readily as "love" or "Twitter" or "Facebook" and when you hear discussions about death around the water cooler at work, then you will know that we have made progress. This is what the world needs from us as we struggle to salvage this beautiful planet, which thrives on the cycle of life and death: honest, real and natural talk about death and dying.

April Cruelty

Ann V. Klotz | Posted 06.13.2015 | Women
Ann V. Klotz

I didn't want the girls to worry about me, just to understand that grief spools out, that it's a rare day that I do not think about this young woman so many people loved and feel an ache. I want them to know that we are allowed to be sad, that feelings ebb and flow forever.

Holidays Without Loved Ones Are Tough. On Dogs.

Mel Miskimen | Posted 01.25.2015 | Fifty
Mel Miskimen

This will be our third Thanksgiving without my father's sidekick for close to 70 years -- my mother. We've all made adjustments. The only family member who lags behind, is Seamus, my 9-year-old black labrador.

Ramadan Reflection Day 16: How To Cope With Death Of Loved Ones?

Imam Khalid Latif | Posted 10.04.2012 | Religion
Imam Khalid Latif

Moving on also does not entail completely forgetting. How we remember becomes key as does what we do through that remembrances. Our hearts will respond to things that remind them of what they hold as beloved.