Monthly Archives: March 2014

Shared via Edward Sayson – Nurse Education Level Affects Death Rates, Study Says – NYTimes.com


Nurse Education Level Affects Death Rates, Study Says – NYTimes.com.

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5 Tips for Coping with the Death of a Parent – With Sympathy Gifts | With Sympathy Gifts


5 Tips for Coping with the Death of a Parent – With Sympathy Gifts | With Sympathy Gifts.

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Shared via Grief Healing – Navigating the Logistics of Death Ahead of Time – NYTimes.com


Navigating the Logistics of Death Ahead of Time – NYTimes.com.

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Shared via Heather Stang – 8 Tips for Bereaved Parents


8 Tips for Bereaved Parents.

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Shared via Julie Nierenberg – The Shocked [Hospice] Caregiver


The Shocked Caregiver.

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Shared via Rea L. Ginsberg – The Scoop on Senior Stress | Griswold


The Scoop on Senior Stress | Griswold.

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Loss of Parent – Hold on to your innocence after losing a parent | With Sympathy Gifts


Loss of Parent – Hold on to your innocence after losing a parent | With Sympathy Gifts.

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We may already know how we will cure death—but should we?


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Sexual Assault Trauma and Unresolved Grief – Rape in the US military: America’s dirty little secret | Society | The Guardian


Rape in the US military: America’s dirty little secret | Society | The Guardian.

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Unforgiveness and Grief Connection – 7 Rules of Forgiveness | Psychology Today


7 Rules of Forgiveness | Psychology Today.

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