Monthly Archives: May 2012

The Stigma of Dementia


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The Healing Touch Of Service


“You don’t heal from the loss of a loved one because time passes, you heal because of what you do with your time.” – Carol Crandel “Many grief sojourner’s  discover that the hope of healing is through service to others .” ~ … Continue reading

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A Humbled Ego


“Often  a person’s priorities become more humanitarian oriented when they have been humbled by the grief their egotistical choices created.” ~ Sue Rosenbloom “Grief changes us The pain sculpts us into someone who Hurts more often Appreciates more quickly Cries … Continue reading

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Life Is A Dress Rehearsal


“Believe that when you are most unhappy, that there is something for you to do in the world. So long as you can sweeten another’s pain, life is not in vain.” – Helen Keller “Suffering either makes you cold-hearted or … Continue reading

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Anchor for Hope


“Training our minds and hearts of the totality of our being in heaven is instinctive because our souls are eternal … There’s something in us that feels right about believing there is something on the other side of death.” – … Continue reading

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11 Worst and Best Things to Say at a Funeral


11 Worst and Best Things to Say at a Funeral.

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Walking Through Grief – I’m Grieving, Now What?


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