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We are aware of the great losses in life, but what about the small
Many of us become distracted by the pressures of work, the expectations of others
Good Ground Great Beyond is 63 acres of land in Midcoast Maine available for individuals
Nursing@Georgetown created a new guide to help individuals with terminal conditions navigate and effectively
Whether you are writing your own obituary to leave behind, or one of someone
Exploring an alternative to traditional burial.
There’s nothing comfortable about considering that the people we love most in the world are eventually going to die. The alternative, though—ignoring that it will, indeed, happen one day—can leave us in a much less workable spot.
Daughter. Wife. Mother. These are labels many women consciously and unconsciously wear. But when these roles dissolve, who is left? In this short documentary animated by Sarita McNeil, filmmaker Johanna Lunn reaches out to her father for help. The catch? He’s been dead for years. Enter your email address for access.
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