WELCOME TO OUR BLOG
Welcome to the SevenPonds.com blog – a community-driven extension of SevenPonds.com! I hope you find comfort and community in the resources and stories featured here. I’m always happy to hear from readers and can be reached at email@example.com.
Book Review: “Extreme Measures” by Jessica Nutik-Zitter, M.D.:An ICU physician discusses the American way of death and points towards a new approach
Caregivers Rarely Screened for Depression and Anxiety, Study Shows:Early assessment and intervention for mental health issues may help caregivers cope
“If” by Bread:A memorial song with a romantic view of the end of life
Category Archives: Sharing Suzette
Is anyone out there doing their homework?
Over the last 15 years I’ve witnessed the creation of many different websites aimed at new approaches around end of life. I’m not talking about basic websites with pragmatic information (like us.) No, I’m talking about high-tech, farther-reaching ideas. I’ve … Continue reading
My reflections on the photography exhibition “Right, Before I Die”
Last night I attended a lovely photography exhibition that got me thinking not only about what it’s like to confront death, but also about what kind of life I want to live right now – at this exact moment in … Continue reading
“In the Parlor, The Final Goodbye”
I had the amazing good fortune to experience true magic recently when I drove from San Francisco to Sacramento. The storms actually parted as the sun streamed through. That evening an audience gathered for the debut of an unusual documentary film … Continue reading
Virginia funeral director introduces bill to prevent funerals at home
As history has proven, the funeral industry does not always have our best interests at heart. Before I explain how the proposed “Storage of Body” bill will impact us, let me first make you aware of a growing movement. Across … Continue reading
The New York Times starts the year by suggesting you consider your death
We’ve begun a new year, and, as always, we look forward to the promise of what life will provide as we move forward into the year ahead. This is also traditionally the time we do a rethink of our lives … Continue reading