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We run thru the short films of the compilation film, The ABC's of Death.
Living To Die Part one of a Two Part Series K38 Water Safety's Shawn Alladio opens up the show today speaking about the aspects of Death. For those of us who instruct in the responder community where death is present, even our own, this dialog touches on the emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of what that means to a responder. This is a personal journey and no two views will line up. The topic is one to explore and to keep an open mind about as we deal with ages,
Is death an appointment? Are some of the appointment made earlier than others? When Aaron Alexis walked into the Washington DC Navy yard and killed 12 people prior to being shot dead by the police that responded to the shooting is it possible that the victims were clueless at the beginning of the day that they would be meeting death by the end of their day, and would not be returning home to their loved one?
If so, is death an appointment, and can we as we might do with a dental appointment postpone it?
Those who are impacted by their fear of death often do as much as they can to forget just how close it is. There is no way to live fruitfully before God without the realization that death can come at any time.
While the fear of death enslaves those who have it, the realization of its nearness should set free those who fear to act, yet need to act, that ther work is not left undone.
Are you dealing with grief after a loss? Join Grief Recovery Specialist, Audrey Pellicano R.N. on Grief Talk with Audrey.
Doula, the Greek word for one who serves. When we think of a midwife or a doula, typically we imagine a person who helps a mother during her pregnancy, labor and delivery. A death doula is someone who undergoes special training to assist the dying and their family members.
Caring for someone who is dying can be traumatic and confusing for family members, especially in a culture where caring for the dead is not ingrained in society. A death doula can guide family members through the process of death, telling them what to expect and acting as an advocate for them.
Join me with my special guest, Henry Fersko Weiss, an LCSW in New York and New Jersey who has been conducting End-of-Life Doula trainings at the Open Center for the last four years. He has worked in hospices, led many bereavement groups, and brings the experience of his own losses and a history of using guided visualization, meditation and journaling. He was featured in the NY TImes http://goo.gl/oRW37F.
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