Death cafes, death doulas, “Ask a Mortician,” DeathLab — once the province of goth subculture, death is having a moment in the sun.
For a broader understanding of what is involved in implementing ‘death with dignity’ laws, read the following article that appeared in the New York Times: “Physician Aid in Dying Gains Acceptance in the U.S.” by Paula Span for… Read More
For doctors like me, and anyone who has been at the bedside of a dying person, end-of-life planning can make at least some order out of chaos. And such planning appears to be gaining acceptance, according to a… Read More
The Crestone End-of-Life Project director/founder Stephanie Gaines talks to us about her organization and its singular open-air cremation site. Read the complete 2-part interview at the Seven Ponds Blog-site.
When Michelle wrote her Advanced Directives, preparing her own end-of-life wishes, she chose an open-air cremation as her first choice of disposition. The method appealed to her because she valued the idea of disintegrating into the air, surrounded… Read More