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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: Death of a Spouse
A woman’s memoir of young love and learning to live life to the fullest in the face of her husband’s impending (yet with an uncertain timeline) death from cystic fibrosis
What if, as a teenager, you fell in love with a peer who was already facing their middle age years as well as dealing with declining health that would lead to eventual death at a relatively young age from a … Continue reading
Janine's fiancé died just before their wedding — and she found a unique, powerful way to grieve
“I began to develop a plan,” explained Matt Adcock, “one that would involve a symbolic and ceremonial liberation from grief.” It’s important to understand that Adcock does not work in the funeral industry — nor does he work in counseling, … Continue reading
A young widow overcomes the challenges of grieving while learning to live without her love.
Falling in love is tough. You must open yourself up and allow yourself to be vulnerable for another person. But falling in love with someone who risks their life on a daily basis seems tougher—an experience recorded in Artis Henderson’s beautifully … Continue reading
Morag McKinnon's documentary follows the final months Neil Platt's life with the radically degenerative, fatal illness
I Am Breathing (2013) is an intimate documentary on architect Neil Platt’s final year of living with motor neurone disease (MND). Platt’s friend and director Morag McKinnon started the project in 2008 with the hopes of chronicling Platt’s experience … Continue reading