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YouTube Series “Molly’s Movement” Shows Us What Coping with Dementia Looks Like:Each week, a man films his mother's experiences with Lewy body dementia
Book Review: “It’s OK to Die” by Monica Williams-Murphy and Kristian Murphy:Making difficult decisions about end of life care
“Great Gig in the Sky,” Formerly Known as “The Mortality Sequence”:Pink Floyd's meditation on death and dying
Tag Archives: Father’s Day
A man remembers something special about his father
On June 18 of this year, the third Sunday of the month, the United States celebrated Father’s Day. Father’s Day was first observed throughout Catholic Europe on March 19 during the Middle Ages. As time passed, people began to celebrate … Continue reading
Why father Mark Cox photographed his daughter's battle against lymphocytic leukemia
This Father’s Day, we look to the courageous and creative efforts of one dad: Mark Cox. In 2010, Cox’s family discovered that their 11-year-old daughter, Sarah, had acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL). The years to follow would be tumultuous, challenging and … Continue reading
Kate Rothko Prizel still mourns the loss of her father forty years after his famous suicide.
After losing her father, the painter Mark Rothko, to suicide and her mother to cardiovascular disease shortly after, the nineteen-year-old Kate Rothko Prizel thought she and her then-six-year-old brother would be fine. They were in the midst of the New … Continue reading