I dreaded burying my mother. But it taught me about loss | Christina Patterson

Facing up to death shows us that we’re far stronger than we think in dealing with tragedyOn Monday, I buried my mother. Or perhaps I should say that I watched as my brother put the casket of her ashes in the grave. At first, he told me later, the hole for her casket wasn’t big enough. It had cost £575 to dig, but it still wasn’t big enough. Related: I’m not saying Trump’s election killed my mother. It just feels as if it did | Christina Patterson Continue reading... ...
9 Published By - Network Front | The Guardian - 2018.01.13. 07:00
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