What is a bucket list? A list of things you want to do or experience before you die. Why should you make a bucket list? Because life is short, and you’ll don’t want to be caught by the short and curlies while you still have things left to do!
These coffin decorating ideas are inspired by Creativity in Grief. Learning how to decorate your coffin may seem odd at first, but when you think about it…it kinda makes sense!
One of the most important end of life lessons from dying people is to start preparing for the end before we actually get there.
Nothing will erase all your fears of death, but these tips will help you cope when you’re scared to die. I didn’t stop being scared of dying until I was diagnosed with a chronic disease when I was 27.
New research shows if you discover your life purpose, you’ll live a longer life. But how do you find your life purpose? Here, I’ll summarize the research on why finding your life purpose helps you live longer. Then, I’ll offer a few tips on how to find your life purpose – and how to die without regret.
Most of us have wondered, “How will I die?” Here are the different types of death you could experience. It all boils down to one thing: living in the moment.
Accepting your own death may not be the easiest thing you ever do, but it could be the simplest. “Approaching death requires simple surrender, where you accept death as a state of embracing life,” says Marc Lerner, author of A Healthy Way to be Sick.
Learn the most common fears, challenges, and complications that arise when you’re facing death, to help you know how to cope with end of life issues.
Everyone experiences death differently, but there are common aspects of the dying process. This guide for people dying offers a glimpse into a “good death.”
Here are three ways to describe what “death with dignity” is for people at the end of their lives – as well as for caregivers who love them, work with them, and support them in different ways.