Grief Healing's Twitter stream this week:
Years after the devastating loss of a child, I live a happy, meaningful life once again. Yet the cycle of grief has predictable triggers. The Continuing Cycle of Grief « Alive In Memory
The pandemic is an opportunity to create a new language of mourning. To forge new ritual. How can we honor the dead in the universe of ourselves, of our homes? The Water, the Grief « Los Angeles Review of Books
"My wife passed away in hospice this past month . . . This is my first one-to-one time that I've reached out. I need coping skills. Can you help me?" In Grief: Widower Looking for Coping Skills « Grief Healing
Many Americans are avoiding necessary medical treatment because they fear contracting COVID-19 in hospitals. Experts say this could have dire consequences. Fear of Contracting COVID-19 Leads Many to Forgo Medical Visits « Seven Ponds Blog
Like most other philosophical doctrines and terms, the word 'euthanasia' has been derived from two Greek words, 'Eu' meaning 'well' and 'Thanatos' meaning 'death'. Thus, in simple terms, euthanasia means good death. Euthanasia, Doctrine Of Double Effect And The Growing Need For Effective Palliative Care « LiveLaw
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