Oncology nurses Debra Rodgers, Debbie Roth, and Beth Calmes created this “bathing and honoring practice” to help families—and themselves—bring dignity and sacredness to a hospital death.
In Case of Dementia: My Wishes
A letter to Medical Advocates
The New Yorker
Vibration, Devotion, Issan Dorsey, Valentine, Notes and Comment.
The New York Times
What Broke My Father’s Heart: How A Pacemaker Wrecked Our Family’s Life; The Grim Neurology of Teenage Drinking; Many Couples Must Negotiate Terms of “Brokeback” Marriage; Beyond Rivalry, a Hidden World of Sibling Violence.
Click here for a PDF version of the New York Times article What Broke My Father’s Heart by Katy Butler
Los Angeles Times
Did Daddy Really Do It?; The Accidental Feminist; A House Divided; Bite by Bite, the Croissant Culture is Swallowing up the Ghettos.
Great Boomer Bust; Step by Step
How to Access Your Inner Calm; My Life as a House; The Good Daughter: Becoming the Family Caregiver
Sacred Junk; Why Liberals Lose: An Interview with George Lakoff; The Great Divide; Reclaim Democracy.
Everything is Holy; The Lotus and the Ballot Box; Eye on the Ball; Say it Right.
Being There; The Art and Science of Love; Small Things Often; Alice in Neuroland; My Life as a House; Skinner’s Box or Pandora’s Box?…
Poetry as Path; Encountering the Shadow in Buddhist America
Reporter’s Toolkit, Events are the Teacher
California: The Gilded Wilderness (New West Magazine)