Monthly Archives: November 2014

Caring for my mother in the grip of her Alzheimer’s is an ordinary act of love | Alex Andreou | Comment is free | The Guardian


Caring for my mother in the grip of her Alzheimer’s is an ordinary act of love | Alex Andreou | Comment is free | The Guardian.

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Shared via NHPCO – Caregivers overlook a valuable ally – hospice – News – The Progress-Index – Petersburg, VA


Caregivers overlook a valuable ally – hospice – News – The Progress-Index – Petersburg, VA.

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When Being Thankful in the Face of Loss is Hard | The Grief Toolbox


When Being Thankful in the Face of Loss is Hard | The Grief Toolbox.

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Learning to be a widow is the hardest thing I have ever done – The Globe and Mail


Learning to be a widow is the hardest thing I have ever done – The Globe and Mail.

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Thanksgiving Without Mom | The Grief Toolbox


Thanksgiving Without Mom | The Grief Toolbox.

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Total Emotional Trauma | The Grief Toolbox


Total Emotional Trauma | The Grief Toolbox.

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Shared via Victoria Brewster – Follow these 4 steps to ease you gently into learning about your aging relatives and initiate discussions about the future.


Follow these 4 steps to ease you gently into learning about your aging relatives and initiate discussions about the future..

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