Monthly Archives: September 2011

9/11 — How well did we cope?

Like other tragedies involving mass fatalities (such as the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire in 1911), psychologists have sought to gain understanding about grief and grieving by studying the after-effects of the 9/11 attack. Ruth Davis Konigsberg has summarized these findings in … Continue reading

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Soldiers Using iPhones at Arlington

I love what I do as a funeral director, and I have always had a techie outlook–having always been fascinated with computers and information systems. Needless to say it is rare to find a news story which combines both interests … Continue reading

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