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“Death is nature’s way of saying, ‘Your table’s ready.'”

- Robin Williams
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Our Weekly Tip: The Devil is in the Details

In the process of estate planning, it is often the personal items that become the most controversial

Our Tip of the Week: Estate planning can be a difficult undertaking, as it involves a lot of deep work to think about what happens when you are no longer there to take care of your loved ones. There are … Continue reading

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”In America they really do mythologise people when they die.”

- Robin Williams
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Book Review: History of a Suicide: My Sister’s Unfinished Life by Jill Bialosky

An emotionally-charged and informative memoir of the author’s quest to understand what led to her youngest sister’s suicide

When news of Robin Williams’ suicide broke, I was already immersed in reading Jill Bialosky’s History of a Suicide, a beautiful, emotionally charged and highly informative memoir of her trying to come to terms and understand what led her youngest … Continue reading

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Film Review: “Patch Adams”

How did the real Patch Adams feel about the Robin Williams movie?

Based on the real-life story of Dr. Hunter “Patch” Adams, this 1998 film begins with Adams (Robin Williams) committing himself to a mental institution after contemplating suicide. While there, Adams realizes how lonely many of the patients are and finds … Continue reading

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