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This year's Dying Matters Awareness Week is focused on encouraging people to talk openly about dying, something we place importance on at Sue Ryder.
“Our society is death-phobic, a particularly harmful trait when it comes to helping children process the death of someone close to them.” Do you agree?
Reading offers the chance for escapism, but it can also be beneficial in coming to terms with the loss of a loved one, or preparing yourself for the end of life.
Love this poster design cross stitch pattern: https://t.co/RGqn6mexjy
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When our ‘Raise a Smile’ charity partnership with Morrisons began in February 2014, our goal was to make sure our incredible care could reach more families and communities across the UK.
@Natalie_Fluid Very sorry to hear this - our thoughts are with you all. Please do pass on our thanks for the donation.
Have you ever found out that a friend has died through Facebook or Twitter?
A very relevant article exploring how we experience, respond to and process death via social media.
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