Dot Org: The Conversation Project in Boulder

The mission of The Conversation Project in Boulder County is to foster meaningful and effective conversations about end-of-life care. They provide free confidential coaching for individuals and families who want help having a conversation about future medical care, and assistance […]

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Making Friends With Death

Fort Collins author Laura Pritchett veers away from her usual fiction, with her new book that serves as a handbook for those who wish to have a good end of life experience. Making Friends with Death, a field guide for […]

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3 Weeks: How to Die a Good Death

“That’s the only thing I don’t like about this growing old. And I hate it like the dickens, but I love love love that I’ve gotten into as much as I have to of it.” On July 3, 1991, Claire […]

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Overcoming the fear of death

Kelvin Chin founded the Overcoming the Fear of Death foundation to dedicate his efforts to helping people improve their quality of life through an approach that is based on understanding death more clearly and aligning that understanding more accurately with […]

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Practicing Dying

As part of our quarterly end of life series we look at different ways to Practice Dying.  Kim Mooney of Practically Dying, co-host of the quarterly series says that we spend our lives trying to avoid dying “but the truth […]

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Social Impact of Divorce and Widowhood on Women

“We’re not skilled at treating divorce as a grieving situation.” Babette Barone has a conversation with Mandy Walker and Karen McMahon about the grieving and coping process around losing a spouse. Mandy and Karen are specialists in helping both men and […]

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