August, 2018 Archive

The Week in Death

The Week in Death 20/08/18

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A round-up of the week’s articles on DEATH.io, interesting stuff we’ve found on the internet, and what we’ve been watching, reading or listening to. New articles …

Interview

DEATH interviews The Grief Series

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We spoke to Ellie Harrison, a performance maker and artist, about The Grief Series – a sequence of seven collaborative projects with other artists working in …

The Week in Death

The Week in Death 13/08/18

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A round-up of the week’s articles on DEATH.io, interesting stuff we’ve found on the internet, and what we’ve been watching, reading or listening to. New articles …

Interview

DEATH interviews Arnos Vale Cemetery: Janine Marriott

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We asked Janine Marriott, the Public Engagement Manager at Arnos Vale Cemetery in Bristol, about why it’s important to keep cemeteries open as public places, how …

Personal

A Psychotherapist’s View: Talking about a cancer diagnosis

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Many people affected by cancer struggle with how to communicate about what is happening. There are so many questions. When is the right time? How do …

The Week in Death

The week in Death: 6/08/18

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A round-up of the week’s articles on DEATH.io, interesting stuff we’ve found on the internet, and what we’ve been watching, reading or listening to. New articles …

Personal

A Psychotherapist’s View: When the person dying is open about death

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When my friend died, she taught me a timely lesson about living When my friend was dying, I lost my voice. I was left speechless with …

Interview

DEATH interviews Death on the Fringe

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With the Edinburgh Fringe already in full swing, we asked Death on the Fringe creator Robert Peacock (who is also the Development Manager for the organisation …

Personal

A Psychotherapist’s View of Death: A Series

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Talking about death and dying and embracing both as normal stages in our lives can improve our wellbeing, relationships and mental health. A big statement, I …

Opinion

Does the wellness trend mask a fear of death and dying?

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We look at what our culture’s fascination with ‘wellness’ can teach us about our approach to death. There’s a whole lot of truth in the benefits …