Archive for October, 2014

The Meaning Behind “Day of the Dead”

October 31st, 2014 by Passare


November marks the beginning of “Day of the Dead,” a national holiday in Mexico that celebrates the lives of the departed. We found an interesting story that investigates its origins and how the holiday helps families cope with loss.

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Rediscovering Life After Loss

October 30th, 2014 by Passare


Experiencing the loss of a loved one is one of the most challenging of all human experiences. Grieving your loss is an important life passage and a natural part of the healing process. It can help you recover and offer a path to new beginnings.

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My Life Conversations: Talking to Mom

October 22nd, 2014 by Passare


We continue our story about Tom, a 43-year old man whose aging parents have not prepared or planned for End-of-Life matters—and who are reluctant to discuss such topics. Here, he shares his continued effort to talk to his mom, who is seriously ill, about her End-of-Life wishes.

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