“Detachment doesn’t mean you don’t let the experience penetrate you. On the contrary, you let it penetrate you fully. That’s how you are able to leave it.” — Morrie Schwartz in Tuesdays with Morrie


The fear of death and dying is quite common. This can be anything: from losing a close one in your life, to reading death news and witnessing a fatal accident. Most of us will remember that particular moment and remarkable feelings. These personal experiences may bring about anxiety to death.


This anxiousness is always at the back of their minds. Grief or worries can have an enormous impact on how a person lives. He/she may deviate wildly from normal day-to-day routines. If this is happening to you, please don’t hesitate to alleviate your concerns. Otherwise, the negative feelings may accumulate and eventually lead to irreversible damages to mental health.


Talking to someone else can be the best solution. HtH provides a platform for the general public and newly-bereaved to share their feelings towards death. You can submit your feelings anonymously in the google forms below (scan QR code to google sheet):