Monthly Archives: September 2011

End-of-life discussions do not affect survival rates, study shows


End-of-life discussions do not affect survival rates, study shows.

Posted in Closure Before Death, Hospice Care, Loss, Grief, Bereavement and Transitions Support | 1 Comment

Love is the Measurement of Life


“We all need to be reminded to (((WAKE UP))) and reach out to other souls with our Love, Time, and yes, our resources too. We must not ask what the world can do for US. We must ask ourselves what … Continue reading

Posted in Genuine Happiness, Intuitive Wisdom, Love Is All That Matters, Love Remains, Make A Lasting Positive Difference | Leave a comment

Help Each Other Unpack Each Other’s Baggage


“Everyone you meet comes with baggage. Find someone who loves you enough to help you unpack.” – Unknown Author “Since love grows within you, so beauty grows. For love is the beauty of the soul.” – St Augustine “If you … Continue reading

Posted in Relationship Support, Sue Lyons Rosenbloom, M.A., C.T. | Leave a comment

Someone 2 Know: Helping Air Races Crash Victims – KTVN Channel 2 – Reno Tahoe News Weather, Video –


Someone 2 Know: Helping Air Races Crash Victims – KTVN Channel 2 – Reno Tahoe News Weather, Video –.

Posted in Trauma and Grief | 1 Comment

Bullying Kills!


Please Speak-up and Stop Bullying: “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never harm me.” – African Proverb “It’s not true that words can’t hurt a person; like “sticks and stones”, bullying harms, scars and even kills … Continue reading

Posted in "Speak Up and Stop Bullying, Childrens Grief, Emotionally Healthy Children, Preventing Secondary Emotional Trauma in Children, Unresolved Trauma and Grief | 1 Comment

Hospice and Palliative Care: “Focus in a Tough Situation”


http://blog.hospicecarecenter.org/2011/09/20/shifting-focus-in-a-tough-situation-2/.

Posted in Compassion for the Vulnerable, Compassionate End-of-Life Care, Hospice Care | Leave a comment

Unnecessary Secondary Grief


“When you know that words will never be enough, say nothing – offer your hand, your shoulder, your heart.” – Joyce Marie Sheldon “Another person’s caring words won’t soften the deep pain of grief; but another person’s caring presence will.” … Continue reading

Posted in Compassionate Silence and Presence, Loss, Grief and Bereavement Support, Secondary Grief, Trauma and Grief, Wordless Caring and Caring Action | 1 Comment