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- dying 77
- personal experiences 37
- Spouse 25
- memories of former times 22
- social beliefs and practices 21 838 more
- GSU 3
- GSUDeathDyingLossS18 2
- Triangle Threshold Singers 2
- AIDS Project LosAngeles 1
- All Saints Academy 1 11 more
I chose to interview Natalie about her experiences with death. We focused on funerals and the differences between her Colombian traditions and what she has seen in America.
Shirley shares stories about aging, about her passions of kids, dance, and reading. She grew up in California as the daughter of a cowboy and has lived in San Francisco for over 40 years. She is 93 and hates the...
Stefani Priskos speaks with Norm Loewenthal about his involvement in the Triangle Threshold Singers, a group that sings for individuals on the thresholds of living and dying in North Carolina. This conversation was held via Zoom due to concerns surrounding...
What I have learned in this class and the coping I have had losing my mother to suicide.
A writing contest was held for the 5th grade class at All Saints Academy in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Out of 17 students, Austin won the contest and received $500 towards his elementary tuition by the contest sponsor, Heritage Life Story...
Stefani Priskos (26) speaks with Randy Tobias (61) about his involvement in the Triangle Threshold Singers, a group that sings for individuals on the threshold of living and dying in North Carolina. This conversation was held via Zoom due to...
Stefani Priskos (26) speaks with Susan Siegel (64) about her involvement in the Triangle Threshold Singers, a group that sings for individuals on the threshold of living and dying in North Carolina. This conversation was held via Zoom due to...
We discussed perceptions of death, spirituality and advanced care planning.
I weave my life into the greater story of 1934 to the present, the Great Depression, rural America, the child games we played, while man I would marry fire bombed Tokyo,the second world war, repression of the 1950s,west coast jitters...
Today, I interviewed my mother on her thoughts, views, and perspectives on death and dying. #GSUDeathF19
At 83 and 87, my grandparents have experienced so much: marriage, divorce, remarriage (to each other again), the suicide of their son, and now a global pandemic.
Together we discussed our experiences and feelings about taking Georgia State University’s Death, Dying, and Loss course.
My girlfriend, Aimee, interviews me about my thoughts on Death, Dying, and Loss. Reflections on subjects discussed throughout the semester in SOCI4122.
Edith E. Johson, 80, is interviewed by her granddaughter, Jaimie Johnson, 26.
Alex and Devin share memories about their decades-long relationship, her struggle with ovarian cancer, and what it's like facing the end of life.
This is an interview I conducted of my mother. I had the chance to ask her some questions that talk about daily life, reflecting on past, and what is yet to come.