A lasting marriages requires that a couple stay in love, but they only stay in love by falling in love over and over again.
How to Handle the Death of a Loved One
After the death of a loved one, it can be difficult to know where to start. Here is a checklist of things to do.
How To Accept The Death of A Loved One
Each person copes with death in their own way. However, here are three phases of the grieving process can help you better understand what you're going through.
How to Not Love the National Parks to Death
More visitors than ever will head to national parks this summer. Here’s what we can do to keep the wild in wilderness—and set parks on a sustainable path for the next century.
How Love Can Survive Death
According to a new study, the link between two partners’ well-being isn’t weakened when one passes away.
How to Cope with a Loved One’s Wrongful Death
When you lose a loved one due to the negligent actions of another you will likely be at a loss for what happened. Contact our Los Angeles wrongful death attorney Howard Kornberg at 310-997-0904 to schedule a consultation to discuss your situation and find out if you can make a claim.
How to Deal With the Sudden Death of a Loved One
If you are dealing with the sudden death of a loved one, it is likely that you will experience several different emotional responses. This is a part of the grieving process and is dealt with differently by each person. The grief associated with losing a family member or close friend can affect your psychological and physical well-being. While there...
Why talking about death is an act of love
The only parent-child conversation more excruciating than the birds and the bees is the death talk. In a fantasy world, our parents would record their end-of-life wishes in a legal document …
He loved the CIA. And that’s what led to his death.
Family, friends, and colleagues gathered on a summer Monday to pay tribute to George "Alexi" Whitney, who was killed in Afghanistan just before Christmas in 2016.
Keanu Reeves shares profound answer on love and death
Keanu Reeves, promoting his latest “John Wick” movie, delivered a deep and meaningful, yet simple answer when asked about morality and dying. While appearing on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on Friday night, Reeves, 54, talked about stunts and the new movie. He also talked about the recently announced
What pop culture have you loved to death?
What thing have you consumed so much that you can’t revisit it?
Death of a loved one: How to deal with grief
As Prince William opens up about the death of this mother, Princess Diana, we offer some advice on trying to cope with grief.
How to Cope With the Death of Someone You Love
The pain may never fully go away, but with time, you will be able to move on.
6 Ways to Invite Love To A Death Anniversary
“Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that have been built against it.” ~Rumi
Why Do Death-Row Inmates Speak of Love?
How to Handle Death of Loved One
A checklist to help you with details and responsibilities after a loved one dies.
How do you deal with the anniversary of a loved one's death?
Yesterday, Prince William thanked well-wishers that gathered outside of Kensington Palace on what would have been Princess Diana’s 58th birthday He told them he thought it was ‘wonderful’ that they were celebrating his mother’s life and legacy Our ladies reflected on how they deal with the anniversary of a loved one’s death and if they ever feel ‘grief-shamed’ for not 'grieving enough'. Coleen said on the…
How to Confront, Prepare for, and Talk With Loved Ones About Death
After this viral TED talk, Dr. B.J. Miller shares five things you can do right now.
‘I begged him not to’: He loved the CIA. And that’s what led to his death.
George “Alexi” Whitney volunteered for a mission in Afghanistan, where he became one of a tiny group of CIA contractors killed in the longest war in U.S. history.
How to help co-worker grieving death of loved one
When a colleague loses a family member we may feel at a loss as to how to respond. Sometimes, we awkwardly avoid the person, yet we want to say the right thing because we care. Here's some suggestions for how to help your colleagues during a difficult time of loss.