Tag Archives: Natural Death Care

New Bill Aims to Block Families From Honoring Their Dead As They Wish

Virginia funeral director introduces bill to prevent funerals at home

As history has proven, the funeral industry does not always have our best interests at heart. Before I explain how the proposed “Storage of Body” bill will impact us, let me first make you aware of a growing movement. Across … Continue reading

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Are You Making the Right Use of Your Scarce and Precious Life?

The New York Times starts the year by suggesting you consider your death

We’ve begun a new year, and, as always, we look forward to the promise of what life will provide as we move forward into the year ahead. This is also traditionally the time we do a rethink of our lives … Continue reading

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An Interview with Marilyn Reiss-Carradero, Pt. 1

An RN's perspective on end-of-life in the hospital: what changes need to be made?

Marilyn Reiss-Carradero, RN, BSN, CCRN, works at Santa Clara County Valley Medical Center in San Jose, CA, and advocates for change in palliative care and end-of-life practice. Here, she reflects on the day-to-day experiences in the hospital, the lack of … Continue reading

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What to Do When Someone Dies

Ten Tips Above and Beyond Typical Funeral Arrangements

Everyday at SevenPonds we are working hard to research and expand our content to arm our readers with more information, guidance and choices on what to do when someone dies. Our daily deep dive allows a wide knowledge base of … Continue reading

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