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Death and Dying

A conversation we all need to have more often

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Death happens to us all, it is inevitable. But what dies.

I spent much of my middle childhood and later life with a belief that I should end my life to put the world out of its suffering at having to endure my presence here, a kindly and challenging gift of a belief my mother gave me roughly from the age of four onwards, O death and…




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Sylvia Clare MSc. Psychol

Sylvia Clare MSc. Psychol

Mindfulness teacher, poet, author of ‘The Well Mannered Penis’, ‘No Visible Injuries’, ‘Living Well and Loving ADHD’ ‘Julia’ and others.

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