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Month: May 2016

Passwords – Keep Private or Share?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / May 25, 2016 / 0 Comments

In the UK’s Saturday Guardian, Adam Golightly writes an anonymous column (Widower of the Parish) recounting his challenges each week as a new widower and father to two children, since his wife Helen died in early April. This week, he faced another apparently small, but in experience huge, problem. The one of passwords. In my…

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How Mercury Retrograde, Communication and Death Come Together

By Jane Duncan Rogers / May 20, 2016 / 0 Comments

One of my coaches told me last week that Mercury was in retrograde. In spiritual circles, you often hear people talking about this – I don’t pay a lot of attention to this kind of thing but when referred to, in my experience it has always been about problems with computers, technology, phones etc.  You can…

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When Nothing Goes As Expected – What To Do?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / May 12, 2016 / 7 Comments

“People have complained about it.” “No – why?” “They objected to the coffin in the window, apparently”. I was amazed. “What? It never occurred to me it might be a problem”.  I, along with my colleagues Kate Clark and Karen Collins had organised a pop-up event to acknowledge national Dying Awareness Week in an empty…

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Pushing Up the Daisies event cancelled due to complaints about a coffin

By Jane Duncan Rogers / May 11, 2016 / 2 Comments

It is Dying Awareness Week in the UK at the moment, and I’ve had to cancel an event, ‘Pushing Up The Daisies’ that was planned locally. Why? Because members of the public complained to the landlord of the empty shop in which the event was being held. They were distressed by the window display, which included…

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Why did Prince not have a BIG conversation?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / May 3, 2016 / 0 Comments

  “Prince died without leaving a will” I read the headline online and couldn’t believe it. Surely someone with that amount of assets and complex life affairs would have taken care of this. But it appears to be true, as no will has been found yet . His sister Tyka Nelson had to go to…

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