Tag Archives: dying

Changing the Facebook page…

I’m so encouraged by the response I received from my most recent post.  Sooooo many emails and a couple of public responses.  I thank all of you for your kind words.  It meant a lot to me to hear, not … Continue reading

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“…a bigger intolerance for b*&&$#)t…”

Every Saturday night, after Dr Who, the Graham Norton Show airs on BBCA.  (Is my nerd showing??) I’m a new fan of the show even though it’s been on for years.  He (Graham Norton) typically has three famous people on … Continue reading

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About Schmidt (2002)

On a recent flight, I re-watched About Schmidt.  I had remembered it being a movie about grief, brilliantly acted by Jack Nicholson.  (Honestly, when is Nicholson NOT brilliant??).  Given that my memory is terrible about most things, I had completely … Continue reading

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Your Terminal Illness: Practical Matters…

In addition to everything else you have going through your mind and body, there are some other matters needing attention that will aid your loved ones now and after you’re gone. It’s hard to think about others when your life … Continue reading

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Your Terminal Illness: Spiritual Matters

Most of us go through life compartmentalizing our own death. We neatly tuck it away and choose to believe we have unlimited tomorrows. When we are faced with the reality that our days are not unlimited, that our time here … Continue reading

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