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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
How Important is Touch at the Bedside of the Dying?:An interview with Everflowing director and educator Irene Smith, Part One
Movie Review: “Snow Day,” Written and Directed by Erica Milsom:A heartwarming documentary that offers valuable lessons about living well at any age
“I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow:The near loss of a son inspires a song of hope
Tag Archives: Children
An easy healing craft to help kids express their grief
Our Tip of the Week: There are plenty of DIY activities out there for those who are grieving – remembrance quilts, balloon releases, etc. But what about activities specifically made for children in the stages of grief? It’s important to … Continue reading
Controversial bill proposes euthanasia for terminally ill kids in Belgium
When we discuss what it means to “die a good death,” the question of how we plan our end of life becomes controversial when we broach the topic of whether or not we have the right to decide when we … Continue reading
Announces an evening benefitting grieving children and families entitled "Hope Springs"
More than a year ago I became aware of Josie’s Place, a San Francisco Bay Area support group for children and teens who have lost a loved one. The founder, Patricia Murphy, lost her own mother when she was a … Continue reading