Understanding death and learning about what happens when you die is at the crux of our mission. Here are a few key resources for you to delve deeper into topics such as the dying process, the funeral industry, dealing with tragedy, hospice care, and more. We hope to help bring the death conversation back into everyday life in order to live fully.
"It’s never easy to lose someone you love. Losing a loved one to an aggressive cancer such as mesothelioma can be even more difficult, because a family member or close friend may be taken far too soon, bringing a sense of shock with feelings of grief, sadness and even depression.""For information on the prognosis of mesothelioma, click here." As well, the Mesothelioma Center has created a Grief Guide for you to peruse online or download and study at home. Learn more here >>
- We often talk about normalizing death, but what about grief? This New Yorker article about our Western culture of grief helps us consider how grief can fit (or not) into our lives.
- How To Help Your Brain Recover From Grief is a great article on Huffington Post about "cultivating resilience" at any stage of life.