Monthly Archives: December 2016

Grieving my Mother – My Lost Mother’s Last Receipt – The New York Times


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Caring for the Compounded Grief of 2016 | Hospice Times


Source: Caring for the Compounded Grief of 2016 | Hospice Times

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“I’m ready to go, but I don’t want to leave, I quess that’s love, is’nt it? – a hospice patient.” – Gary Roe – Author, Speaker, Survivor


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10 Tips For Handling The New Year As A Grieving Person | The Huffington Post


Source: 10 Tips For Handling The New Year As A Grieving Person | The Huffington Post

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Shared via Leslie Postle – Dealing with Grief After Suicide – A Survivor’s Story


A sister’s story of her journey to acceptance – dealing with her grief after her brother’s suicide – what were the causes and how she got over the guilt. . . Source: Dealing with Grief After Suicide – A Survivor’s … Continue reading

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Holiday Grief Self Care Suggestions, from What’s your grief?


Supporting a grieving friend this holiday season may feel like an impossible task, but believe us, it makes a huge difference and it doesn’t have to be nearly as nerve-wracking as you think! Source: What’s your grief?

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Shared via Jesse Fisher – SPREADING LOVE: Hospice receives food boxes for patients | The Andalusia Star-News


Two local organizations joined forces to help spread Christmas cheer to local hospice patients. The Society of St. Vincent de Paul at Christ the King Catholic Church and the Andalusia High School Anchor Club made boxes and filled them with … Continue reading

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