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Month: January 2017

What’s Grief Got to Do With Love? (Different From What You Might Think)

By Jane Duncan Rogers / January 31, 2017 / 2 Comments

What’s grief got to do with love? Well, it’s obvious isn’t it?  For instance, there is a very well-known saying from Queen Elizabeth II: “Grief is the price we pay for love.” Because we do grieve much more over those we love, than those we either didn’t know so well, or didn’t know at all.…

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Before I Go Quiz

By Simon Duncan / January 31, 2017 / 0 Comments
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How To Die Peacefully – an Interview with Dr Wendy Nickerson

By Jane Duncan Rogers / January 25, 2017 / 2 Comments

The words ‘how to die peacefully’ really struck me. That’s what everybody wants, isn’t it? Every month this year I am going to be interviewing a specialist in the field of dying, death and grief for my new series The B.I.G. Interviews Series, hosted on my You Tube Channel.   First up was Dr Wendy…

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Brexit,Trump, Death and Fear – What To Do Next

By Jane Duncan Rogers / January 20, 2017 / 9 Comments

Fear. That small word that has such an enormous impact. And today, the day of Donald Trump’s inauguration, there will be many people feeling any one of the words associated with fear – here’s just a few: anxiety, jittery, uncomfortable, alarmed, jumpy, distrustful, timid, shy, apprehensive, unsure, uncertain, scared, worried.   Recognise any of them?…

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How Did Coffins Used to Get Transported? Along the Coffin Trails…

By Jane Duncan Rogers / January 1, 2017 / 0 Comments

The Coffin Trail is the old track along which coffins had to be carried before St Mary’s Church in Ambleside in the Lake District was consecrated in 1821. In those days, the dead had to be carried along this trail, to St Oswald’s Church in Grasmere, the home of famous poet, Wordsworth. As we walked…

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