A family dealing with the challenges and emotions that surround the concept of death Ballantyne and Copland Very few things in life are guaranteed. However, there is one aspect of life that is a complete guarantee and...
Finding Ways to Keep Going When Your World Seems to Have Come to an End.
I have included some of the most touching and meaningful quotes dealing with the loss of a loved one and/or grief. I hope that some of these quotes can bring some of the readers healing.
Is death a natural part of life’s cycle, or something to fear and even to deny? Is the way we express our grief a personal matter or is it influenced by the society? The aim of this essay is to demonstrate that even...
This is a difficult hub for me to write because it touches on a time in my life that I am still processing. Five years ago I was a thirty year old mother with two little girls, aged 2 and 3, and a 3-month old baby....
This Hub examines grief as a process that doesn’t have a designated time factor associated with it. It is a journey, the author says, that does not last always. You can emerge from it--stronger.
Is there really a proper way to grieve? In dealing with the loss of a love one, society have encourage us to avoid the unpleasantness of facing death in all it's depths and to hide the painfulness from our eyes
This is a revolutionary concept on how to recycle our cremains in a biodegradable urn after death by becoming a selected tree. You may choose Oak, Pine or Maple.
How do people’s views about death differ across the lifespan? How might these changes in views about death relate to Erikson’s theory?
My mother-in-law was a shining example of unconditional love and acceptance. This is my tribute to her.