Monthly Archives: August 2016

Shared via Sinoreh Daryadell – Grief and Levels of Loss


When someone you love dies, in addition to the primary loss, there are also secondary losses. Read the list of the different losses one may experience. Source: Levels of Loss | VITAS Healthcare

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Author of ‘Hospice Whispers’ – How Physicians Maintain Their Humanity :: Carla Cheatham Consulting Group


Source: How Physicians Maintain Their Humanity :: Carla Cheatham Consulting Group

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Shared via Amy Florian – Your Clients’ Mental Capacity Diminishes: What is an Advisor’s Role? | LinkedIn


Your client is showing signs of diminished mental capacity. As an advisor, what should you be doing to support your client and her family … as well as protect yourself? This week, I talked to Jamie Source: Your Clients’ Mental … Continue reading

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When is Grief Finished?


Originally posted on griefministerdotcom:
Grief is never truly finished. When a loved one dies, we will always miss the relationship we had with that person.  Sometimes we will re-experience the pain of that loss as we go through annual celebrations…

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Shared via Rea L. Ginsberg – Siblings and Grief: Advice for Talking with Kids


Read about how to talk to kids about losing a sibling and the grief that comes with it. Source: Siblings and Grief: Advice for Talking with Kids

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Mission creep doesn’t benefit patients at the end of life – The Washington Post


My father challenged the idea that a doctor’s advice is always in a patient’s best interest. Source: Mission creep doesn’t benefit patients at the end of life – The Washington Post

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Shared via Judy Luttrell Brizendine – The pressure to get over your grief – 


Source: What’s your grief?

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