Monthly Archives: October 2014

Shared via Julie Nierenberg – Five Things I’ve Learned About Lung Cancer | LinkedIn


Five Things I’ve Learned About Lung Cancer | LinkedIn.

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Shared via Irina Jordan – How to Be Eco-Friendly When You’re Dead – The Atlantic


How to Be Eco-Friendly When You’re Dead – The Atlantic.

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When Someone Returns to Work after a Loss


When Someone Returns to Work after a Loss.

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Shared via Jeni Heimbuch – Death midwife eases passage to the great beyond | The Chronicle Herald


Death midwife eases passage to the great beyond | The Chronicle Herald.

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Unresolved Childhood Grief and Acting Out – Why Teenagers Cut, and How to Help – NYTimes.com


Why Teenagers Cut, and How to Help – NYTimes.com.

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Learning How To Mourn My Parents After Their Suicides


Learning How To Mourn My Parents After Their Suicides.

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FriendGrief: The End of the Friend Grief Series?


FriendGrief: The End of the Friend Grief Series?.

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Shared Serenity Hospice – National nursing organizations collaborate to transform care for patients with serious illness


National nursing organizations collaborate to transform care for patients with serious illness.

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Shared via NHPCO – Interview: Pain Relief for Mexico’s – and the World’s – Terminally Ill | Human Rights Watch


Interview: Pain Relief for Mexico’s – and the World’s – Terminally Ill | Human Rights Watch.

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Shared via AnswersforElders.com – 20 Facts About Senior Isolation That Will Stun You


20 Facts About Senior Isolation That Will Stun You.

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