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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
Tag Archives: Death
An Interview with Christina Zampitella, Part Two
Welcome to the second part of my interview with Christina Zampitella, Psy.D., FT. (Read part one here.) Christina is a full-time professor and also has a private practice. She is interested in the healing power of natural rituals. Debra: Christina, … Continue reading
Loeb’s movie negatively portrays the grieving process as a problem that must be eliminated
Sitting in the movie theater, I was excited. I had my leather seat reclined, a tub of popcorn on the armrest and my Kleenex tissues readily accessible. I had heard mixed reviews about “Collateral Beauty,” but I wanted to form … Continue reading
A musical classic reminds us that death does not have to be a lonely experience.
When a loved one dies, one of the first things many of us do is make a phone call. Whether it’s to those that were closest to our loved one or to other family and friends of our own, connecting … Continue reading
Poem to a lost friend evokes love and longing
There is an old joke among writers that nobody likes to write but everybody likes to have written. Nothing could have been further from the truth for poet and playwright Edna St. Vincent Millay (1889-1950). Her love affair with words began … Continue reading
Keep your loved one alive in the hearts of friends and family
Our Tip of the Month Choose small memorial gifts to bring memories and comfort to family, friends and loved ones. You don’t have to spend a lot of money, but it’s a nice gesture to give mementos to those who … Continue reading