Social Science, Death & Dying
Skills for Aging and Dying by Nancy Leach
IF YOU’VE REACHED A CERTAIN AGE, you may be wondering about the “golden years” and when they’ll start. But, as many Baby Boomers will tell you, sometimes it feels more like rusting, as chronic conditions make themselves known . . . and felt. The ...
Changing Our "No Tears, Please" Culture by Donna Lynne Erickson
Death is among the most natural, and most confusing, parts of being human. Its inevitability and universality do nothing to alleviate our messy feelings about the subject. It’s why you have no idea what to say when your friend loses a beloved family ...
Stories of the Yale Pioneer Cemetery by Ian Brown
This book makes it easy with its compelling collection of stories about the people who are buried at the Yale Pioneer Cemetery, an antique burial ground “at a stopping point between Fort Langley and Fort Kamloops,” BC. Established in 1858, the Yale ...
Listen, Learn, and Love by Stephen Lloyd Garrett
Death has been pushed out of life and into a dark and lonely ‘morgue’. North American’s generally approach the topic of death with fear and denial in hand. When Death Speaks is all about changing the conversation to one of openness and ...