In just under 1,000 words I invited Lindie Opperman to share her thoughts on grief in these COVID-19 days. She writes about looking back at 2020 from a distant future and invites us to imagine, “looking back to 2020 and the losses of loved ones in this time, [maybe] we will find ourselves not filled with bitterness and resentment because of normal cultural rituals that were stolen from us, but grateful for new, deeper, more intimate and connected layers that we have created to grieve deeply, authentically… alone but together.”
Why so some people find it hard to accept a loved one has died... even if the person who has died is more than 80 years of age? Read on to find out ...
In less than 500 words I invite you to think for yourself and think about others when making end-of life choices.
In under 300 words read about what you can expect if someone you love dies at home.
In less than 400 words you get to consider the hidden potential in death literacy.
In less than 300 words find out how to write an obituary.
In 400 words you're invited to consider the language of death and how it leaves us without words to describe our relationship to those we love who have died.