Links We Like: December 6, 2013

| By Jodi Horton

The New York Times Well blog included a nice piece this week about the need for palliative care. We always hope that more articles such as this introduce the topic in the mainstream and encourage individuals to ask more about the types of treatment and care that are prescribed for them. Read more: Palliative Care, the Treatment that Respects Pain

This piece in The Atlantic discusses grief and death plainly and openly, and address current theories and beliefs about how people cope with grief and loss. What’s really wonderful too is the talk about how resilient people can be. Being reminded of how strong we all really are is always good for us. Read more: The Secret Life of Grief

Modern Loss is a new site dedicated to individuals sharing their grief journeys, advice for managing practical issues after someone dies, and creating a space for individuals who have experienced loss to be a part of a community of people who understand how it feels after a loved one dies. Read more: Modern Loss

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