34 Items Tagged

death

PAID CONTENT FOR Kathryn Schulz

A Few Words Of Advice On Love, Loss & A World Full Of Contradiction

A journey we can all relate to—navigating the ups and downs of life.

Devon Barrow
3 days ago

3 Lessons The Day Of The Dead Can Teach Us About Living

There's a gift that comes when we become familiar with impermanence.

Natasha Deganello Giraudie
November 2 2021

I've Interviewed Hundreds Of Elders: This Is The Key To Purposeful Aging

Embracing death while prioritizing purpose is a path to a more meaningful life.

Richard Leider
July 13 2021

Following My Dad's Death, This Research Convinced Me Of An Afterlife

I'm someone who operates off of solid research and evidence, not faith or belief.

Elizabeth Entin
July 12 2021
PAID CONTENT FOR Mitch Albom, author of Tuesdays with Morrie, 20th Anniversary Edition

The Life-Changing Book Everyone Should Read

Remember the importance of living every moment to the fullest and loving fiercely to our final breath.

mindbodygreen
March 31 2017

Psalm Isadora: In Memoriam

Today, I am deeply saddened that we lost a great member and friend of the mbg community, Psalm Isadora.

Jason Wachob
March 29 2017

I Lost My Baby To SIDS — Here's My Experience & How I Cope

Bereavement, loneliness, heartache, love, and despair all took on a new meaning.

Amber Lynn Gillis
March 16 2017

How A Near-Death Experience Changed My Life Forever

Know all that you are capable of...and express it.

Brock Cannon
January 28 2017

The 9 Most Common Regrets People Have At The End Of Life

The six years I spent working in hospice care were some of the most profound and meaningful of my life.

Grace Bluerock, LCSW
January 2 2016

How To Explain The Paris Attacks (And Other Tragic Events) To Your Kids

When tragedy strikes, parents often find themselves doubly challenged. Not only are they processing their own feelings of grief and distress, but...

Dr. Harold S. Koplewicz
November 20 2015

I'm A Doctor. Here's Why I Think It's Possible To Communicate With The Dead

I was reticent to tell anyone about my paranormal experiences after the death of my young son, Erik, in 2009, for fear of ostracism by my peers.

Elisa Medhus, M.D.
November 8 2015