Death as a rite of passage

During the season of Samhain in the northern hemisphere, TWH talks with Rev. Angie Buchanon about death midwifery and dying a “good death.”

Column: Dealing with Grief

Grief is one of the emotions and experiences that everyone will go through at some point in life. The impact of grief can be all-encompassing and elicit a range of emotions that evoke sadness and confusion. The individual and collective impact of grief is often shaped by the context of the loss and this makes dealing with it much more complicated. The range of situations that can provoke feelings of grief are plentiful. Physical death, loss or change of any kind can ignite this process.

Column: The Fear of Death Disturbs Me

[Manny Tejeda-Moreno is one of our talented columnists. If you like his writing, consider donating to The Wild Hunt. Each and every day, you will receive original content, both news and commentary, with a focus on Pagans, Heathens and polytheists worldwide. Your support makes it all happen, and every dollar counts. This is your community; TWH is your community news source.

Column: Tea, Cake, and Death – the Value of the Death Cafe

[Tim Titus is one of our talented monthly columnists. Each month he brings you insight and analysis about issues coming from within or affecting our collective communities. If you enjoy his work, consider donating to our fall fund drive today. You make it possible for The Wild Hunt to continue featuring great writers, unique voices, and news reports every day. Every dollar counts.