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Death as an Adviser: Working with Your Own Death

My Dream: A World That Honors Death as Much as Life

Violence, Pacifism, and War: A Tribute to My Father and All Veterans

Requiem for My Sister: The Many Faces of Death

Tell Me About Your First Time: Early Remembrances of Death

The Remarkable Value
of Dying Well: Dr. Ira Byock and the Missoula Demonstration Project

Growing Wings: Steve Hall, M.D., on Life, Death and Healing

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Love and death are the two great gifts that we pass on—and usually lthey are passed on unopened.

—Rainer Maria Rilke   

 

 

 


More Articles on Death and Dying

By Cat Saunders

The following articles and interviews about death and dying have been published since the original "Death Series" was released in 1998-1999. Feel free to check back as additional writings on death and dying are added over time.

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Dragonfly Resurrection:
Believe and Listen to the Still Small Voice Within

Four Things Matter Most:
Don't Wait Till Death Approaches to Use These Words

Honor Their Wishes:
Dying People--Like All People--Need Respect and Support

Music, My Joy and Savior:
Neither a Mother Nor Death Can Destroy the Power of Music

My Father's Last Dance:
Amidst Pain and Suffering, the Grace of Love Prevails

A Warrior Dog's Last Dance

A Wild Woman Dies Well:
Sally Giovine-Kerr: My "Mother-in-Spirit" Shows the Way




Cat Saunders, Ph.D., is a counselor and consultant, death doula, and nonsectarian minister in private practice in Seattle, Washington. She is the author of Dr. Cat's Helping Handbook (available at Amazon.com). Click here to contact Cat or learn more about her work by returning to the home page. To schedule in-person or telephone consultations, please email Cat or call her 24-hour confidential voice mail at (206) 329-0125.