Across the United States, a new trend is taking hold in – of all places – the burial industry.
Death isn’t showtime.
What we say to each other during tragedy can have an impact—good or ill—for years.
It was not a romantic love, but was one that was supposed to last a lifetime. David Stanley writes of the pain of having to say goodbye.
Duran Price discusses the importance of investing in human relationships and why being present in our friends’ lives mean everything.
“It’s a hell of a goddamned thing,” he said.
Conservative outrage over President Obama’s behavior at Nelson Mandela’s funeral reflects an old and ugly trend.
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What can we learn from ancient myths about grief and mourning in the present?
Next time you find yourself going through hell, remember somebody else has been there, too.