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In the wake of a death, people experience grief. They may feel sad, lonely, or low on energy. They may feel disconnected from others and think frequently about the person who has died. This can go on for months or even years, but as long as the intensity of their symptoms decreases over time, their experience is most likely healthy and normal.
There are a million ways to celebrate the loss of the person you love. This short 12 minute movie is incredibly powerful, beautifully executed and by the end, up-lifting. It's well worth a look:
Before I made the 7-hour drive from my hometown of Tucson to my LA apartment, I knew it was the last time I'd probably see you.
Despite the doctors advice and the pleas of my aunts and uncles, my grandma made the decision to move you from the hospice facility to your home of 60 years.
The reason? You told her you wanted to die at home.