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Congress Attacks D.C. Death with Dignity Law:The House Appropriations Committee has approved a measure repealing the bill
Announcing the 6th Annual Art of Dying Conference in NYC:Presented by the Open Center, the three-day event will be held October 13 through October 16, 2017
Tag Archives: Family Dealing With Loss
Holly Pruett helps clients tell their stories through ceremony and ritual
Today SevenPonds shares part two of our conversation with Holly Pruett, a life-cycle celebrant based out of Portland, Oregon. (Read part one here.) Holly is a certified Life-Cycle Celebrant through the Celebrant Foundation and Institute. She helps her clients find a way … Continue reading
Organize your grief support system in advance of transitions
Our Tip of the Week: If you are anticipating the expected death of a loved one, or if you love someone who will die (which includes all of us), establishing an inner circle of supportive friends, family and community resources well … Continue reading
Connect to shared moments with a belly-and-soul-nourishing meditation
Our Tip of the Week: We often connect with our loved ones over necessary, daily things such as food. Sharing a meal together is one of the oldest and most profound ways of bonding, because it creates the space for … Continue reading
A family therapist's perspective on how Alzheimer's affects the entire family
Today, SevenPonds speaks with Cadmona Hall from the Alder School of Professional Psychology. With her doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy, she trains family therapists through a holistic “self-of-the-therapist” approach in which her students examine themselves from a number of identities such as … Continue reading
Brendan Constantine looks at how bureaucracy helps us cope with loss in "The Drowned Brother"
“The Drowned Brother” is a eulogy-like poem that explores the revelation of the death of a brother in Brendan Constantine’s latest poetic novel “Calamity Joe”. In the poem, the narrator Calamity Joe relates the impersonal actions of the police and … Continue reading