Death, dying, and grief has become all the more real during this global pandemic … and still, very few of us are prepared to talk about it. Now, former hospital chaplain and “grief guru” Dana Trent offers a way to make talking about death and …
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In her classroom, Trent, a 38-year-old writer, interfaith minister and instructor at Wake Technical Community College, returns to again and again in the classroom: How do you understand the meaning of life and death? And, more urgently, how do you grieve?
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