This Kid-Friendly Explanation Of Death Will Change How You Think About The World
And it doesn't involve going to sleep for a really long time.
How do you help someone in grief
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Choosing death can be like a 'birth,' advocates say
James Powell could barely speak on the day he died; cancer had confined him to bed and heavy painkillers left him only semi-lucid. Yet the mood was almost celebratory as 25 people -- family, friends and volunteers -- gathered in a large living room to tell stories and say goodbye on the day Powell chose to end his suffering.
Dying With Grace: Are You Prepared for the End of Life? — Jennifer Margulis
It’s not just hard for families to have conversations about dying, it's hard for doctors. But if you want to die with dignity, you have to talk about it.
"A Safe Journey Home" by Felicity Warner Have you ever sat with someone as they were dying and wished that you could make it a better experience? Helping others face death with dignity and positivity is an act of profound kindness that also helps give the caregiver a chance to come to terms with this critical moment in our life’s journey.
Euthanasia Activists Pushing Starvation as “Death with Dignity”
The “death with dignity” and bioethics crowds grow increasingly extreme. Now, they are pushing starvation. First, it was removing feeding tubes from th