Kintsugi is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery pieces with gold. Like grief, the process requires time and patience, but there is hope in the work.
Why do I need two different medications for cancer pain? We explain their different roles and how using them as prescribed can improve your quality of life.
What happens to unfinished projects when a crafter dies? Learn about caring people that complete the work and return it to grieving families.
We all need advance planning, but it can be especially important for LQBTQ+ individuals. Learn how to ensure your wishes are carried out.
How important is it to talk to children about death? Learn in this important review in Psychology Today, featuring our book Everyone Dies and Yes, it is normal
When we are the caregiver for a spouse living with dementia, we often wonder about what our lives have been, where our lives are going, and how long we can do what we are doing. This week we talk with a caregiver about how his life changed after the...
Caregiving for a terminal loved is a marathon, and it can seem hard to imagine life without them and the responsibilities of taking care of them. What do you after your duties are over? Two men who cared for wives with dementia answer that question.
How do you tell a someone with dementia that a loved one died? Learn tips for this very important conversation, what to expect and how to adjust to difficulty.
Should someone ever die alone? Learn about a growing movement to prevent it, and what you can do to be with someone during their last moments of living.
Learn about the Death Positive Movement and how to disarm fear and improve the time we have left by educating ourselves and preparing for our own mortality.