Death, Dying and Grief
Sharing The Journey:
How to Help a Grieving Loved One During the Holidays -- While many people look forward to yearly gatherings with family and friends, for those who have lost someone special, the holidays may emphasize feelings of loss and loneliness.
Walking Kirby To
Class -- A true story by Thom Rutledge. There were times when it felt like I was the one facing death, and in a way I was -- admittedly from a much safer distance than Kirby.
-- A poem by Laura Fleury
Funerals: A Consumer Guide -- Facts for Consumers from the Federal Trade Commission.
Drop A Line
Tell Someone You Care
Send a Free E-Card
Other Web Resources:
1000 Deaths -- Mutual online support for those who have lost someone they care about to suicide.
A Dying Person's Guide to Dying
-- Roger C. Bone, M.D. from the Home Care Guide for Advanced
Cancer by the American College of Physicians.
Dedicated to all those travelers
who share in the one journey
that can never be made alone
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