John and Sarah Wilson and their kids, Lisa and Eddie, felt lucky to live a multi-generational family. Grandma Wilma had been living with them since she had her mild stroke […]
Isn’t talking about death morbid?
Not if you do it right. There are a lot of ways to open the door for understanding and acceptance that invite curiosity rather than dread.
Am I the only one who feels this way?
No. Most people feel isolated and unsettled when they’re going through something unknown, frightening and disorienting. Realizing it’s normal goes a long way toward making it something manageable.
News and Articles from Practically Dying
Have you lost someone important to you and are grieving through the holidays? Grieving someone you love who’s died is hard enough. Trying to do it during the holidays can […]
Magic: the power to apparently influence the course of events by using mysterious powers. Did you believe in magic when you were little? Did you ever stop? When we were […]