Mortal Remembrance talks about the death that happens and the death that matters. Inspired by Thomas Lynch, Mr. Lynch was unavailable for comment or consultation on this documentary.
Mortal Remembrance picks up where Lynch's program, "The Undertaking" left off, examining how we process death, how we deal with the death that happens, how we make that loved one's life matter, and learning how to live beyond the loss when we lose someone we love. In this way, we are able to live our own lives as whole people because we become empowered to improve our state of mental and spiritual health when we work through the death that happens and make that death matter.
Humanity Beat interviewed two Licensed Clinical Social Workers from The Center For Grief Recovery and Therapeutic Services - Institute For Creativity and Development.
David Fireman and KC Conway (core subject), Marnie Chesterton and the staff at Earthbeat via Radio Netherlands Worldwide.
Mortal Remembrance, a Humanity beat production, picks up where Thomas Lynch's "The Undertaking" left off. With the gracious guidance and deep contribution of David Fireman and KC Conway, both licensed Clinical Social Workers specializing in grief and mourning, we explore the death that happens and the death that matters. We learn how to process death, grief, and mourning while re-investing in the life in front of us.
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