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When someone goes away!!

Just recently my friend’s mother left for the heavenly abode, it was untimely but she was not keeping well for a long time now and in a way it was believed that death set her free of all the pain. 613 more words

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Call for Papers - Marginal Death Research: Doing Edgework

Ruth Penfold-Mounce, Jack Denham and I (University of York) are organising a symposium on Wednesday 2nd December. We are now welcoming abstracts on, but not limited to, the following themes, to be submitted to  195 more words

Conferences

Habits of Sane Caregivers in Dementialand

Sometimes I write for people with dementia. Sometimes I write for people who have no experience in Dementialand. But today…today I am writing for dementia caregivers. 1,186 more words

Dementia

Remembering Mom...

Today, I feel really sad. I don’t really know any other way how to start this blog entry than to just put it bluntly – I miss my mom. 1,116 more words

Photography

That Little Voice

I finally got the papers I should have had shortly after my Gma/Mom’s passing yesterday. Since I’ve been struggling with my anxiety, stress, and feeling depression again this just couldn’t have been more horribly timed. 399 more words

Anon

In Memorium

Yesterday early morning, my uncle passed away.  It wasn’t an unexpected event; he had been placed in hospice the early part of June.  Brain tumor, the same thing that took his father.   457 more words

Life

My wake up call.

Nothing can give me the delight that coffee can! The joy of sipping a cup brimming with coffee early morning during monsoon. Aha! When I was reading my favourite book and savouring my coffee with the rains as my immediate companion, my phone buzzed. 537 more words

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