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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Friend and fellow traveller Mimi passed this info along. It’s a resource to help with grief, prepared by Harvard Medical School’s publishing house. This line attracted our attention: “You’ll learn that some of the things we’ve been taught about grief don’t necessarily hold true.” For example, *denial can actually be helpful *anger isn’t always part […]
Claudia is a warm face who brightens up my local coffee shop, first thing in the morning. She works for a mission organisation, Church Missionary Society. But we’ve chatted with her today because she’s our neighbour. Her response to our two questions, which we’re asking a few people this year, shows that the people who […]
Dr Katrin Gerber, of the National Ageing Research Institute, has turned the spotlight on grief in older people. “In our society, older people are often overlooked, … Read More about The Ocean of Grief – How does grief affect older people?
Good Grief! is a resource to share with anyone who needs it. Here is the link to today’s newsletter. … Read More about Today, a Good Grief! explainer.
We love this photo of Kathryn Breusch - and not just because of the book she's holding. Kathryn is a death doula, holistic funeral director with Picaluna Funerals, … Read More about We love this photo of Kathryn.