Posts Tagged ‘death’

Compassion by L J Frank

Recently, I was asked about my philosophical approach to dying and death by a person who works in an environment that serves people whose families are unable to care for their loved ones or those who were deserted by society and exist without family or friends. My anecdotal thoughts: practically speaking, dying and death are inevitable. […]

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Existential Psychotherapy by Irvin Yalom (1980) This is the work of a prominent thinker that inspires and provokes. I read this work in the mid-1980’and still use it as a reference. It seems to be more relevant with each passing year. Irvin Yalom, a psychiatrist, writes in sensitive and scholarly terms and offers provocative insights about […]

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