End of Life Looks Different for Black Americans


Health inequity, discrimination and lack of cultural competency are all contributing factors

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Surviving Thanksgiving: 6 tips for grievers – What’s Your Grief


You hoped and prayed, you wished on a star, you stuck your head in the sand, you ignored your calendar, …

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Writer contributes to book about grief | News | desototimes.com


A North Mississippi writer has contributed to a new book showing that grief is not something to be held close to yourself, but rather expressed in a way that fits

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The Sullivan Four: The Magic Number


A blog about brain cancer, the loss of a child, and the grace of God.

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“Dear Me” by Meghan Kinney – The unexpressed grief experienced by their younger self


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Why This Doctor Wants Some Patients to Consider Palliative Care


An oncologist grapples with letting patients suffer when there’s an alternative

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21 Quotes About Death, Grief, and Remembrance – The Funeral Friend – shared via Whats Your Grief?


There was a time when Litsa and I had a strong dislike for grief quote pics. We were so averse that when we started our sister-site What’s Your Grief in 2012 we stubbornly said, “NO! We’re not posting grief quote pics on social media. We will only post useful and informative content.”   As you can tell by […]

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