A grandmother’s way of saying goodbye to her granddaughter. No words required.
A woman talks about time spent in the hospital with her husband who was dying of cancer, and she describes how their relationships changed through his illness.
A son describes his father’s final moments.
Three sons gather in the hospital chapel to say goodbye to their mother.
A chaplain describes her conversations about basketball with a boy nearing death. Why basketball…?
Her father died when she was a girl. In this story, she talks about her grief group. It was a place she could rest for a minute…where there was color and light in a dark time.
A story about a mother’s words of encouragement at her son’s deathbed.
Last conversations don’t always involve a lot of talking…
Families often face tough choices at the end of a loved one’s life. This is a segment about how stories can serve as a great ‘orienting’ tool at this difficult time.
It’s sometimes hard to know what to say to someone with a life threatening disease. Here’s a story about one thing you might avoid saying….!