Author Archives: Suzette Sherman (Founder, SevenPonds)

What Does Cryonics Cost?

An interview with Andy Zawacki, Cryonics Chief Operations Officer, Part Two

Today SevenPonds speaks with Andy Zawacki, Chief Operations Officer for the Cyronics Institute (CI) in Clinton Township, Michigan. The Cyronics Institute is the only non-profit organization in the United States. Andy has been involved with the facility since 1985 and … Continue reading

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Book Review: “Cry, Heart, but Never Break” by Glenn Ringtved

A beautifully illustrated children's book approaches death in a magical way

“Cry, Heart, But Never Break” is the first children’s book I’ve ever read that approaches the topic of death in a truly magical way. This one-of-a kind book from Danish author Glenn Ringtved brings together a charming storyline and emotionally … Continue reading

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What is Cryonics?

An interview with Andy Zawacki, Cryonics Institute's Chief Operations Officer, Part One

Today SevenPonds speaks with Andy Zawacki, Chief Operations Officer for the Cyronics Institute (CI) in Clinton Township, Michigan. Andy has been involved with the facility since 1985 and now oversees and coordinates memberships and prepares documents and also facilitates cryonics. … Continue reading

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Wishing Our Readers a Thanksgiving Filled With Gratitude

~ From everyone at SevenPonds
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Book Review: “Making It Through Chemotherapy” by Jackie Schuld

A book that is a helpful token for someone beginning the scary process

“Making it Through Chemotherapy” is a thin, 33-page booklet, yet it’s worth reading for two reasons. First, it tackles the important topic of cancer chemotherapy. Second, it’s written from the perspective of a young woman who was present for her mother’s … Continue reading

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Book Review: “I Feel Bad About My Neck: And Other Thoughts on Being a Woman” by Nora Ephron

Leave it to Nora Ephron to get humorous about the subject of death

Last week I worked remotely at Sea Ranch, a breathtaking community on the ocean cliffs, north of San Francisco. The first thing I do when I enter a newly rented house is to check out the book shelves. Spotting a … Continue reading

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