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The Talk: Basic Documents

Children are typically the ones to care for their ill and aging parents. But, the reality is, for some families, that simply is not an option. 1,757 more words


Ep. 182 When You Die ... You Will Not Be Scared to Die with Lindsay Tunkl

Learn how art and the written word can be a powerful tool for confronting our mortality.

My guest Lindsay Tunkl is a conceptual artist and writer who explores subjects such as death, heartbreak, and the apocalypse.

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Love or Selfishness?

Lucy knew it was coming closer. The end. The date had been chosen and all the arrangements meticulously made. It was only Doug who didn’t know.  430 more words


The Talk Series

When we hear someone say, “We need to talk,” what immediately goes through your mind? If you are the parent of a pre-teen or teenager you may be thinking of “THE talk”, you know, the sex talk. 696 more words


Hope beyond the empty room

I was warned about this. The sudden, unexpected empty feeling in the pit of the stomach. The numb grief. The self-doubt and regret. I was warned about all of it. 1,490 more words


What I’ve Learnt: Palliative Care Workshop

During my last placement with a community matron team I had the opportunity to go to a palliative care workshop day that was organised and run by St Luke’s Hospice from Plymouth. 1,646 more words

Public Health

Sunset Filmmaker Captures Reality of Life’s End

By Noma Faingold

Despite wearing all black, Cameron Mullenneaux does not really look like the typical patron of the independent coffee shop, Flywheel, on the outskirts of the Haight. 772 more words

Sunset Beacon