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  • Beyond Mother’s Day

    Rebecca Dunn, who lost her mother at a young age, reflects on how the grief affected her in her journey through life, and morphed when she too became a mum years later. Her thoughtful and personal ...

  • Life among the headstones

    Visitors to any one of the eight cemeteries and memorial parks that the Southern Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust (SMCT) cares for are immediately struck with how much beauty, and life, exists within ...

  • A (bucket) list for life

    Is there a place you’ve always dreamed of visiting? A challenge you’ve wanted to face head on? A personality you’ve wanted to shake hands with? Congratulations, you have the beginnings of a bucket ...

  • How ‘trinkets’ become family heirlooms

    When a loved one dies, their possessions don’t have to be antiques or expensive heirlooms, or itemised in a Will or Trust to gain the title of ‘treasure’. This can make the clear-out of a deceased ...

  • Top 5 life regrets remind us, it’s never too late to live a positive life

    Bronnie Ware, an Australian nurse, spent several years working in palliative care. Through her daily dealings with people at the end of their lives she began to see recurring themes in their death ...

  • Finding closure through reconnection with loved ones

    In this touching, soul-bearing TED talk, Elizabeth Lesser describes the life-affirming and healing process of putting aside pride and our defences to make way for truth-telling and taking the cour ...

  • What’s your (family) story?

    Any genealogy search is likely to unearth more than just a family tree. Family stories are as much a part of our ancestry as eye colour. When passed down through the generations, stories become a ...

  • Grief and clearing deceased estates

    Even with a will or trust in place clearing a deceased estate is tough whilst grieving. Why it’s good to take your time The topic of taking your time when mourning was covered by acclaimed grief e ...

  • Family history and values live on at the Song He Yuan

    In Chinese culture, filial piety is a duty that encompasses respect, obedience, and care for one’s elderly family members. This care extends to one’s ancestors, and is an important part of daily l ...

  • Dealing with grief

    An insider’s look at bereavement support by Kimba Griffith Lifecycle Celebrant, Kimba Griffith, gives her take on the stages of grief and how attending renowned grief counsellor, Dr Alan Wolfelt’s ...