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Understand Death Better Q&A
Do you have burning questions about death or end-of-life care? At these Q&A sessions I explore in a clear and compassionate way, the issues around preparing for death, supporting each other as we face our own death, and accompanying those we love, the process of grieving and the choices we have to make to die with dignity. All questions are welcome!
Managing misconceptions. The main myth about a children’s hospice is that it’s just for the end stage of life. Which leads to the next main myth. That is, that supporting children living with a life limiting illness is intensely dark and sad. “People often say to me, about my work: … Read more
Sutherland Death Cafe still has spaces for its December 2, 2023 meeting. At a death cafe you join others to have a cup of tea and a conversation about death. People who want to find out more about death and how to manage it often feel a Death Cafe is … Read more
The Resource Hub
I AM EXPERIENCING
Articles to help with grief in its many forms.
I WANT TO PLAN
A GOOD DEATH
The tools and strategies used in advanced planning
Caring for others or yourself is an important part of life
I WANT TO CONNECT WITH
Finding community & connection with others
I WANT TO UNDERSTAND
Articles on the pandemic and stories from those affected by it
Good Grief! is a site by Margaret Rice, aimed at facilitating conversation and providing resources for grief management & end of life discussion.
It’s also a place for you to indulge in a lighter side of grief, to seek relief, comfort and wisdom from those who’ve experienced it.
Have you got something to say about your experience of loss or sadness? A story to share? Would you like to find more about how to cope? Good Grief! is a page for everyone. You can contact Margaret here.
After all, we all know what grief is, even though we aren’t very good at talking about it.
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