Thoughts about death and dying
A subject considered too hot to handle for American TV finally gets an airing
Seoul and its Shamans.
A visit to my dead grandma
Take care. Don’t get hit by a truck today.
Talking to Kids About Death Is Harder Than I Thought
Five years later, a silent retreat smashes the dam open
What spending time with critically ill patients has taught me
A few weeks ago, I was told by a friend that an acquaintance of ours, a 38 year old mother of three, had a serious recurrence of cancer…
Day to Day Living With a Dying Person
One, zero, two.
Life Next to Cancer
In my head, I’ve always placed my family into one category and my ancestors in another.
Hello, my name is Sumaya, I am from a Pakistan. For the past two weeks now I have heard and seen drones flying, buzzing and shooting…
a farewell to survivor’s guilt
Remembering a Beautiful Life Lost Too Soon
Heartbreak, humor, and all the in-between of coping with a brother’s suicide.
Not the Romantic Kind
“I know he has a black suit,” my mother kept repeating.
For a child growing up in the late 90s, the Lego X-Wing was an opportunity to own a part of the Star Wars Universe.
Or, small talk is shit.
suicide as a deadpan joke.
A Tribute to Life and Loss
a true story.
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