This magazine was created to give a voice to the taboo topic of dying, death, and loss and to present to it’s readers alternatives and new approaches to the way we currently handle these significant and important life issues.
Throughout the life of the magazine we intend to bring to our readers experts in the fields of dying, death, disposition, and grief. We intend to share with our subscribers alternatives to the current traditions that have evolved over the past 125 years – traditions that often serve the masters of professionalism, medical systems, and efficiency while forgetting the important human, emotional, and spiritual needs of those surviving the death of a loved one to say good-bye well.
We Can Die Better, Bringing Death Back to Life will also feature articles written by you our readers – articles of your personal stories of dying, death and loss and how it affected you and perhaps changed your life. Please check our submission guidelines here.
You can expect inspiring and informative articles from celebrants, funeral directors and nurses. You will hear from chaplains, ministers, and priests. Grief counselors, death midwives, and hospice staff. You can count on the envelope that now encloses dying, death, and grief to be pushed out, you will find we bring to you edge dwellers who have new and different approaches.
You can learn more about our Core Contributors here.
Read on, learn some, question some, and please do send along your feedback, articles, and eulogies.
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