Monthly Archives: April 2016

Planting Life at a Time of Sorrow – Elaine Mansfield


My brother Jim seemed steady and a little stronger last week. There was talk of releasing him from the hospital to rehab, so I drove seven hours home to deal with what I’d left behind. I needed … Source: Planting … Continue reading

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Shared via Elaine Mansfield – Grief Healing: In Grief: Coping with Multiple Losses


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Shared via Refuge in Grief – Sad songs help people come to terms with grief, study finds | Leicester Mercury


Sad songs help people come to terms with grief, study finds Source: Sad songs help people come to terms with grief, study finds | Leicester Mercury

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A Mother’s Day Letter to Grieving MomsShelley Ramsey


You wish Mother’s Day didn’t exist, don’t you? The only gift you really want is to have your deceased child walk in the door and throw his arms around you. Source: A Mother’s Day Letter to Grieving MomsShelley Ramsey

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Shared via Trauma Intervention Programs – A little girl, a hospital room, and those who stayed beside her 24/7 as she slipped away


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Shared via Gary Roe – We Will Always Miss Them | The Grief Toolbox


Missing someone is painful.Will the hurt ever end?“I kept waiting for the pain to stop. Some things got easier with time, some didn’t. Right now, there is this deep, dull ache in the recesses of my heart,” Noel confided.She paused … Continue reading

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Shared via NHPC- A good death: As end of life nears, an unexpected friendship forms in KC hospice | The Kansas City Star


Nurse Jen Moss admires the spirit of patient Jody Wooton. Jen, 41, did not set out to become a hospice nurse, but she feels prepared by a tragic past. Jody, 64, is one of a growing number of Americans choosing … Continue reading

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