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I have a very sentimental and somewhat serious chat with my firecracker of a grandmother
Mike and Jeanne talk about their friendship that started from sharing grief in the loss their loved ones.
…the story of a transplant living, loving and surviving loss in the OC.
Hellen Scholten discusses her time as a missionary in Nigeria
This is my grandmother recalling what it was like to lose her first-born child and how she has dealt with that.
A discussion on the impact others have made in our lives and how childhood and young adult experiences shape our view of the world.
For my SOCI 4122 class I was tasked with conducting an interview where a friend would ask my my thoughts on various topics surrounding death, and the lessions I took during the course.
An interview with my sister in law, Jess Charles, about her memories of her grandmother, Ann Reilly.
Grandma Ina Goldberg tells her grandsons Adam and Ian Tardif (through facilitator/mom Amy Tardif) about her life and the grandfather they never met.
I talked with a new member of the family and we use this interview so we have a better understanding of who exactly is the man that was just married into the family.
I sat down with my mother to talk about what was her most difficult moments in life. Spanish is the language that is used in our household, she beginnings with the loss of her mother and how she felt during...
We talked about his military service, growing up military, childhood memories, losing a loved one. Life experiences in their joy, pain, and everything in between.
Jessica goes through her first heartbreak. She feels pain of losing someone she truly love and made her happy.
This is the life of my dad who has lived 76 years in Vermont and lived a humble, hardworking life!
We discussed Donsheri’s journey in her life. From the early difficulties she faced with her biological family to the time she found her spiritual family, her real family. The time she lost her brother to the jail system and the...
We discussed perceptions of death, spirituality and advanced care planning.
We talked a lot about his family and friends and how they have became a big part and big role in who he is today
What I have learned in this class and the coping I have had losing my mother to suicide.
In the small town of Freeport, Pennsylvania, Malloree sat down at her kitchen table with her parents, Helen and Will Morrison. The conversation started with Will and Helen talking about their parents and grandparents. Malloree listened as her parents went...
My grandmother answers various questions regarding her childhood in Montana, the grief of losing her husband, and raising six children all in her own.
Love, loss, tears,and laughter! Through the years life has truly been and exciting journey!
We talked a lot about what her life was growing up and moving, as well as what it was like marrying into a ginormous Italian family. But, the not important part of what we talked about, I think, was what...
We talked about growing up in Brazil, moving here, fear and hopes, and Thanksgiving.