I am a Doomer. When I use the word “doom” it generally lets people know I have no hope.
Thinking about death at the time of a divorce may feel like too much burden to bear. However, it is often helpful to face these issues head on.
Spend the time having the difficult conversations. The dividends will be significant.
Would you take an action if you knew that in some unknown place, someone you didn’t know would die as a result?
She is the ocean, I am the surfer, and without her there would be no me.
Having conversations on preparing to die in the distant or not so distant future.
Mike McGee talks about what might happen if he died today.
For Mary Johnson, meeting the man who murdered her son was part of letting him go.
Chris Forte isn’t afraid of death. Here’s what his last day would look like.
On August 11, 2014 I was at the gym, just finished my workout, and it was waiting for me in a text: “Robin Williams, dead. Suicide.”
So what do you believe, is there something after death?
Then there are artists who break the rules and make something new, forcing us to see the world fresh. They’re the immortals.
In an emotionally honest Facebook post, actor Patton Oswalt describes what his life has been like three months after his wife’s unexpected death.
It’s time for you to shut up. I say that with love. Mostly.
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Jasmine Combs, Nayo Jones & Nick Stanovick perform poetry about their ghosts and loneliness.