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Podcast Trilogy 22: Talking About Death

When people who haven’t had conversations about death and dying become seriously ill or injured, often their family has to make difficult decisions on their behalf about the medical care they receive.  In this episode, Brian talks about different reasons it can be good to start the conversation about what your final w...READ MORE

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Types of Cemeteries

What is the difference between a cemetery and a memorial park? Memorial parks are a newer type of cemetery introduced about 75 years ago. They are parks and gardens where memorials (instead of tombstones) are placed level with the ground to blend with the beauty of the landscape. They often feature expansive lawns wit...READ MORE

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End of Life Conversation Part Two

Sometimes it can feel uncomfortable to bring up the conversation or figure out where to start when discussing your final wishes. In this episode, Brian talks about ways to start planning both on your own and with your loved ones. He gives ideas on what to look at to start the process of planning your final wishes. Bri...READ MORE

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Grief Resources for Minors

Suggested grief activities from Dougy Center for pre-writing children: Drawing Find a piece of paper and fold it in half. On one side, draw a picture of your family before the death. On the other side, draw a picture of your family after the death.  Painting Collect unique rocks and paint them in memory of your loved...READ MORE

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Grief in Children- What to look for

What grief signs to look for in my child Grief is a difficult subject to talk about, especially when talking about it to a child for the first time. This is especially true with young children who may not understand the permanency of death. However, it is important to do so as even infants and toddlers can express dis...READ MORE

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