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Three Questions - The Dying Shames - The Dying Shames

Dec 21,  · A Dying Shame is a documentary that tells personal stories of families and individuals within the remote Aboriginal community in Borroloola (Northern Territory). The movie was shot over nine months and documents the struggles of Aboriginal people and their families who have to cope with poor health and an ineffectual health system.
The Last Death of Jack Harbin

Label: Dead Beat Records - DB 120 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Garage Rock, Rock & Roll

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Be Yourself. Relate to the person, not the illness. Bring both your strength and vulnerability to the bedside. It’s okay to cry. People who are dying continue to need intimate, natural, and honest relationships. Don’t use your role in a person’s death to downplay or avoid that person’s suffering.
Dying of Shame: How Words and Attitudes Can Kill