“We have just about no tradition of dying well.  If you are not born with the instinct for dying well, you have to learn how to die, or you probably will not die wisely or well.” 

– Stephen Jenkinson, Die Wise


Bereavement 101: What It Is and How to Cope with It

People who are deprived of something important to them might be in the state of bereavement. Loss affects all of us one way or another. This occurs mostly when you lose someone close to you or a family member, relative or dear friend dies. In this post, we wanted to...

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The 5 Stages of Death and Dying Based on Kubler-Ross Model

Death and dying triggers plenty of emotional responses and reactions. Moreover, these emotions are difficult to address. In this post, we will present the five stages of death and dying, which were proposed by Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross. We will discover more about an...

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Inside the Blame Psychology in Relation to Death and Dying

It is understandable why some people blame others for their loved ones’ death. Individuals who have experienced loss go through a lot of pain and mixed feelings. Their reactions are somewhat inevitable and easy to understand. Still, the blame psychology seems to work...

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