The average internet user has over 190 digital accounts and produces over 850GB of data per year, but is given little information on what to do at life’s end.
Food is a story on a plate, says death studies scholar Candi Cann who investigates the many ways food and grief come together across cultures.
Food writer Lisa Ruland realized she was not alone in her grief and launched “Food + Grief” to find “ways that heal, nurture, and provide strength in numbers.”
If your loved one’s military service was important to them, you may want to share the details of their experience in an obituary.
Our societal taboos about grief and death can make it difficult for kids to find their way through their personal grief journeys.