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Portrait of Katarina Blom: October Episode: Preserving Your Legacy, One Piece at a Time: A Conversation with Katarina Blom, Co-host of "The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning"  A Remembering A Life Journal is held in the foreground, in front of a little free library designed to look like a red schoolhouse.  Image Description: Background is a felled log and yellow daisies. Resting on the log is a copy of the book "Lola and the Tree of Life." The cover of the book features an illustration of a large tree, a young girl reaching for the branches, and a dog. Text: Remembering A Life The Book Club. Win a copy!  Image of person kneeling in dirt - they are using their hands to plant a tree. Overlay of text: When my mother died I felt relief. And I felt a sense of safety in the physical world I had never felt while she was alive.  Image of tan crocheted teddy bear sitting on wooden blog. Overlay of text: Looking back, I realize the acts performed by my family weren't just to remove a burden from my shoulders but also to begin their own healing journey.  Text: Where are the most reputable funeral homes in your community? Image of map with four red-tipped pins in it  Graphic of the five stages of the soul  Confessions of a Griever book with background of library books  Photo of Kyrus Keenan Westcott holding a Have the Talk of a Lifetime Conversation Card. Question on card is What is something other people don't know about you?  Grief. Are You Doing it Right? Image of woman sitting a bench, as seen from behind her. She is sitting in front of a body of water.  Image of woman from neck down holding hand of someone behind her, leading them on a path  August Episode Putting the "Fun" in Funeral Service Camp: A Conversation with Madeline Lyles and Dana Taylor  5 - People are not loving and loyal all of the time.  4 - Pain is a part of life.  3 - Things are not always fair.  2 - Things don't always go according to plan.  1 - Everything changes and ends.  Two girls holding hands  How do we tell the kids? An age-by-age guide. Photo of girl playing with blocks.  April Episode Remembering A Life Podcast: Autism and Grief. Image two hands holding a cardboard heart  Remembering A Life February Episode: A Day in the Life of a Funeral Professional: A Conversation with LaShonda Martin and Tim McLoone  Podcast episode: Death Wins A Goldfish by Brian Rea  Surviving the death of a friend may be one of the most impactful yet publicly overlooked losses we will experience.  Image of two people hugging. November Podcast Episode: Suicide Loss and Healing  Cover of Book: Blue Hour: Haiku and Photographs by Amory Hayden  Image of young hands holding older hands.  Stacey Skrysak and spouse holding infant  Image of convertible. Text: Life is a journey. So is grief.  Text: I kept thinking, why didn't I do this sooner? Image of two women in a patient/therapist setting  Photo of Claire Bidwell Smith and father. Text: One of the greatest gifts my father ever gave me was help plan his very own death.  Text: August Episode: Therapy Dogs: A Pawsitive Addition to Funeral Homes. Image of therapy dog Morris Prout  Two elderly women enjoying coffee and conversation. Text: Reexamining our lives before and after our loss can be a reflective experience.  Image of person holding pie. Text: My favorite funerals have all been highly personalized events, reflective of the talents, personality and interests of the person who has died.  Healing Traumatized Heart Blog Part Two  Healing Traumatized Heart Blog Post Part One  Estranged Losses Blog Post
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