Author, Carpooling with Death: How living with death will make you stronger, wiser and fearless

Margaret Meloni

Author: Carpooling with Death: How living with death will make you stronger, wiser and fearless

https://www.margaretmeloni.com/carpoolingwithdeath/
Margaret Meloni is a businessperson, Buddhist practitioner and a new voice on the subject of death awareness. One day, while navigating the demands of everyday life: family, friends, work and studying for her Ph.D.; she realized that more significant challenges were coming her way. She began to realize that the people she loved were going to die. Her mother-in-law, Lee, was in her nineties, her parents were approaching their eighties, and her husband, Ed, had already outlived his father. She wondered, “How can I handle losing the people I love the most?” The deaths of her father, mother, and husband taught her how to make friends with death. Now, her goal is to help all of us to accept death as an essential part of life.   Carpooling with Death is her debut work. Find a copy today at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KFRHGY9/  
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Please, speak to me like you  speak to your other friends.
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Please Don’t Talk to Me in ‘Sad Voice.’

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Traveling Helped Me Keep the Memory of My Husband Alive

by Margaret Meloni
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Mom’s #1 Rule for Success

by Margaret Meloni
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How Good Cats, Good Dogs or Other Pets, Lead to Good Grief.

by Margaret Meloni
You can have a strong recovery.
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Recovering from the Loss of a Loved One?

by Margaret Meloni
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Six Feet Under and the Normalcy of Death

by Margaret Meloni
Your holiday can be both happy and sad.
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Merry Griefmas and a Melancholy New Year

by Margaret Meloni

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