A death observed
(2 minute read) As the Scottish parliament debates a proposal which seeks to legalise euthanasia, Ronnie Convery chronicles the death, both ordinary and extraordinary, of a simple Glaswegian woman.
Embracing the scars
(3 minute read) Nicole Law says we need to acknowledge and embrace our sadness when we lose someone we love.
Epitaph for a single woman
(5 minute read) Adam Brocklehurst examines the single life in fact and fiction.
We are all stronger if we learn to grieve
(3 minute read) A shocking child murder in Singapore has left a country struggling with its grief. Nicole Law explains why, in the face of tragedy, it’s ok not be ok.
Death of a prince: and now …?
The passing of Prince Philip marks not only the end of an era, but, as Alex Osborn notes, raises important questions about the future of the British Royal Family.
Dilemmas in death
(8 minute read) When law, ethics and emotions collide, clear thinking is needed, says David Albert Jones.