Monthly Archives: May 2020

Joe Biden on COVID-19 and Grieving

Joe Biden TRANSCRIPT: 5/14/20, The Last Word w/ Lawrence O’Donnell Two weeks ago Joe Biden and Stacey Abrams did a town hall style meeting on MSNBC’s The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell. Viewers were invited to pose questions. AfterTalk thought this was most appropriate to our mission.   QUESTION: I`m thinking about that quote from

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Coping with death and grief – The bereavement process explained: AfterTalk Weekly

Editor’s Note: The following was shared with us by friends at Churchill Insurance, a U.K.-based company selling many forms of insurance. A link to their site is at the bottom. It is an excellent compendium of grief advice. Their webpage has useful links, but primarily for U.K. citizens. We have included them. Coping with death

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AfterTalk Pandemic Weekly: What Trees Can Teach Us About Weathering Pandemics

by Amy Florian It’s been two months since the coronavirus reared its ugly head, throwing you and your family into a completely different way of living and working. You may be grieving the loss of a job or retirement savings, a long-planned wedding or a child’s highly anticipated senior prom. You miss going to the

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Mourning Heroes: AfterTalk Repost 5/14/20

Mourning Heroes This week we thought it would be appropriate to honor the heroes of the COVID19 pandemic. The song is about a firefighter, but the sentiment applies to all who rush toward what most of us hurry away from, whether it be flames, bullets, or a virus. This week’s song is about mourning a

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