Category Archives: Grieving

When do we get to cry? AfterTalk Pandemic Weekly

WHEN DO WE GET TO CRY? By Penny Davis Hospice Executive, Published Author and Memoirist Like many little girls, I played nurse. My dolls were lined up in empty Kleenex boxes with various gauze wraps and band-aids on imaginary “boo-boos” that I tended to. I could often be found with one of my dad’s crisp

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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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Keep Me in Your Heart: AfterTalk Inspirational 5.7.20

[EDITOR: Last week’s musical inspirational quote attracted a lot of praise, so here’s a particularly poignant one for two reasons. First, it is a message from the deceased to loved ones. Second, since most of us experiencing loss are well along in life and frequently contemplate our own mortality, Warren Zevon has much to say

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