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Pastoral Thanatology Program Superstitions Surrounding Death

Pastoral Thanatology Program Superstitions Surrounding Death

Death and Dying Superstitions Death and Dying involves the unknown and due to this, superstitions will follow. Chris Raymond explores some of this superstitions about death in his article “13 Superstitions About Death and Dying” from about.com While people generally view superstitions with mild amusement these days, it is amazing how many of us still knock on wood to avoid tempting fate, cross our fingers for luck, or avoid walking beneath a ladder “just in case.” Here are 13 superstitions concerning death and dying that persist today and possible explanations of their origins. You may take them as seriously (or

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New Death and Dying Book: “The Beauty of a Slow Death”

New Death and Dying Book: “The Beauty of a Slow Death”

A new book dealing with death and dying titled “The Beauty of a Slow Death” by author Michele DeMeo, CRCST, CSPDT has just been published and is worth a look.   This book deals with grief counseling from the view point of the terminally ill patient.  Michele bravely writes about her experiences in dealing with ALS. New Death and Dying Book: “The Beauty of a Slow Death” Michele DeMeo left a message on my voice mail recently. “I know you must be busy,” her message said, “but if you have time I’d like to talk to you. I am terminal with