Sunday Round Up: On Death and Grieving
Our weekly round up of interesting articles on death and grieving, and life and healing, culled from various corners of the web.
By: Amanda MacGregor, Modern Loss (via Refinery29)
“My father had spent 22 years as a high school principal in my hometown of St. Peter, MN. Everyone in our small town of 11,000 knew him. In those three hours between the accident and the phone call, word spread rapidly, primarily thanks to Facebook and text messages. But, I didn’t know that. I’d been out of the house all day and offline.”
By: Kathryn Blaze Carlson and Kim Mackrael, The Globe and Mail
By: Linda Anderson, TODAY Parents
By: Lauren Davis, io9
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