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Saying Goodbye

According to the author Terry Pratchett, no one is actually dead until the ripples they cause in the world die away. In this digital age, that might be a long time. This issue of the WYD newsletter looks at some of the many ways we say goodbye. We peek into our potential digital afterlife, the footprint we leave on social media platforms; share insights from Death Midwife Olivia Bareham about the power of ritual to help us say goodbye; and how to talk to children about death.
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Exclusive Video From WYD: Olivia Bareham on Saying Goodbye

Is it possible that ritual can help us face our own death and the death of a loved one? Death Midwife Olivia Bareham shares a story of one person’s living funeral, explains the importance of preparing the deathbed and the power of sitting vigil. 
Can Children Handle Death?

We want to protect our children, but if we don’t talk to them about death, are we hurting instead of helping? 
Death, Virtual Grief and Your Digital Footprint
Twilight: A Fantasy Photo Diary of Death
Photographer Urszula Kluz-Knopek transformed the paralyzing fear of her parent’s death into a transcendent photography exhibit starring them.
Grieving everyday losses
We are aware of the great losses in life, but what about the small ones? 
Love with the End in Sight
There’s nothing comfortable about considering that the people we love most in the world are eventually going to die.
Follow us on Instagram for your daily dose of mortality. 
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