Monthly Archives: September 2016

Grief and Hope


“Even a deeply grieving person can eventually rise up and shine again, if their heart remains open to silver lining moments and/or miracles.” ~ Sue Rosenbloom

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Psychotherapy with Older Adults


A geriatric clinical psychologist breaks through common myths and shares his discovery of joy and gratitude conducting psychotherapy with wise elders. Source: Psychotherapy with Older Adults

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What Does Grief Look Like in Children and Teens?


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How Young Children Grieve: Infancy through Elementary School Often parents and adult family members believe that because their young children cannot understand death and grief on an adult level that young ones do not mourn…

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Shared via Jennifer Moran Stritch – Dying on the streets: UVic study examines palliative care for the homeless – British Columbia – CBC News


UVic researcher Kelli Stajduhar is leading a new study looking at what happens to people who are living on the streets as they near death. Source: Dying on the streets: UVic study examines palliative care for the homeless – British … Continue reading

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Trooper offers to drive grieving man 100 miles after traffic stop – CNN.com


Source: Trooper offers to drive grieving man 100 miles after traffic stop – CNN.com

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The ‘I’ Word You Never Expected with Grief – Stunned By Grief


What is the ‘I’ word you never expected with grief? Indecision? Incapacitated? What about isolation? Source: The ‘I’ Word You Never Expected with Grief – Stunned By Grief

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Worried About Alzheimer’s? I Know I Was…


A story about me and my dad who is going through Alzheimer’s. We are working on it together and he is getting much better! Source: Worried About Alzheimer’s? I Know I Was…

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Study examines aggressive end-of-life care | Chicago Health


A national health claims analysis of cancer patients who were younger than age 65 and had metastatic disease revealed that nearly two-thirds were admitted to Source: Study examines aggressive end-of-life care | Chicago Health

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Shared via Sacred Dying – End of Life Doulas Matter | Huffington Post


Source: End of Life Doulas Matter | Huffington Post

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Shared via Larry Barber – 10 Ways to Help When Your Child is Depressed | Moyer Foundation


One of the hardest things to deal with is your child’s pain. If your child is depressed, you probably are scared and feel helpless. Source: 10 Ways to Help When Your Child is Depressed | Moyer Foundation

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