11 steps to a good death – during Covid-19, these strange times. Strange is the right word for now. It is non-judgmental. It says this Covid-19 crisis is different, unfamiliar, something new to be navigated. The following list is adapted from the steps outlined in A Good Death: a compassionate and practical guide to prepare […]
A Good Death by Margaret Rice is now available for purchase online.
A Good Death is a guide to facilitate much needed conversation and provide resources for grief management and palliative care.
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As Good Grief! roams, peeping in quiet corners, delving into resources from country to country and looking at new and old ways of doing death, this one has popped up, right on our doorstep, only a suburb away. John Slaytor is a funeral photographer. Yes, that’s right. While he’s also an award winning portrait photographer, […]
We have settled into the rhythm of Covid-19 – we have dealt with the massive death toll, watched the social destruction it has caused, particularly in the USA, seen the cracks it causes to social cohesion in other places and we now brace ourselves for the real economic fallout, now that the safety nets are […]
Hmmm, the Swedish model again. A fascinating report by Lisa Millar on this week's ABC Foreign Correspondent, talked about the Swedish model for managing Covid-19. … Read More about The Swedish model again.
Catherine Arcolio, the artist-poet behind this American project focuses on images from nature in her extraordinarily beautiful patch - her back yard in country North … Read More about The work of Leaf and Twig.
The favourite expression of some Anglican friends is: “the best is yet to come.” They’re referring to life after death, and it’s a very comforting thought. But … Read More about I did it my way