Monthly Archives: January 2017

Grief And Shady Caregivers Of The Elderly That Family And Loved Ones Should Be Aware Of(Part 2) | LinkedIn


As a caregiver of a loved one, you need to look out for people willing to take advantage of the person you’re caring for. Last week we looked at two Source: Shady Characters That Caregivers Should Be Aware of (Part … Continue reading

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Shared via Gary Roe – Grief and I am Feeling  Depressed | The Grief Toolbox


Hearts are by nature vulnerable. They have to be in order to be capable of love.When the heart takes a hit, we stagger back. We blink, and wonder what just happened. A fog descends. Everything might look the same, but … Continue reading

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Overwhelming Grief Of The Death Of A Child


The death of a child can be emotionally overwhelming. The good news is that there is hope to make it through this loss. Source: The Death Of A Child

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Grief and Breast Cancer: Precision Medicine Gives People With Cancer New Hope In 2017


When it comes to something as deeply personal and emotionally powerful as a cancer diagnosis, few people are satisfied with a one-size-fits-all treatment plan. Welcome to the next phase of precision medicine. Fueled by decreasing costs in genomic sequencing and … Continue reading

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Grief and Alzheimer’s – What to Do After an Alzheimer’s Diagnosis


Hearing that your parent has Alzheimer’s can be a shock. But taking these steps now will help later. Source: What to Do After an Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

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Grief and Bipolar Anger | bpHope – bp Magazine Community


The majority of people with bipolar disorder have experienced bipolar anger, a level outside of the normal anger range. But, what exactly is “bipolar anger?” Source: What is Bipolar Anger? | bpHope – bp Magazine Community

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Shared via Sacred Dying – Doctor hits the road to deliver palliative care to Toronto’s homeless – Health – CBC News


A program in Toronto is providing end-of-life medical treatment for the homeless, sending doctors out to visit patients at shelters, drop-in centres and sometimes even on the streets. Source: Doctor hits the road to deliver palliative care to Toronto’s homeless … Continue reading

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