Monthly Archives: May 2016

Shared via Grief Toolbox – How Grief Can Make You Sick | Everyday Health


The loss of a loved one can impact survivors’ mental and physical health. Source: How Grief Can Make You Sick | Everyday Health

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Shared via Grief Healing – We’ve killed the way physicians should be


I see that this is health care today. All the marrow is sucked from the bone. There is no life in it.  Source: We’ve killed the way physicians should be

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Shared via Aubrie Hill – When you die, will your wishes be known? – The Boston Globe


Data show many don’t prepare for illness and death; a new coalition aims to change that. Source: When you die, will your wishes be known? – The Boston Globe

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What it Really Means to Hold Space for Someone


Do you want to be there for a loved one, but don’t know how? Here are some techniques to help you ‘hold space’ for people in need. Source: What it Really Means to Hold Space for Someone

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Three Life-Affirming Lessons from Death – Elaine Mansfield


1. Death makes us value life The death of someone I love reminds me of my own impermanence. The loss of their familiar presence makes me consider what matters most to me. In my twenties, I read The Teachings of Don Juan by Carlos … Source: Three … Continue reading

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Beautiful post shared by Wendy Mitchell: Why It’s Important for Our Kids to See Me Kiss My Wife


Source: Why It’s Important for Our Kids to See Me Kiss My Wife

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Grief Healing: Coping with Grief on Mother’s Day: Selected Resources


Source: Grief Healing: Coping with Grief on Mother’s Day: Selected Resources

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