Monthly Archives: April 2017

The Pain of Mother’s Day for Grievers


Originally posted on griefministerdotcom:
It would soon be Mother’s Day again, and I was dreading it. I wasn’t dreading the day for myself, but for my children who had lost their mother Cindy and two-year-old sister Katie after a traffic…

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Shared via Brian Jones – Volunteering is “an honor and a privilege” | SmartHealthToday


Volunteering isn’t an act of giving, says Mary Anne Menke. ‘It’s a blessing for the volunteer. Any volunteer work is wonderful and a privilege,” she says. Source: Volunteering is “an honor and a privilege” | SmartHealthToday

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For the Sake of Our Nation’s Heroes ~ A Widow’s Story


Source: For the Sake of Our Nation’s Heroes ~ A Widow’s Story

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Shared via Gary Roe – Grief Fatigue – When Exhaustion Becomes a Way of Life | The Grief Toolbox


‘I Source: Grief Fatigue – When Exhaustion Becomes a Way of Life | The Grief Toolbox

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Supporting the Bereaved – How Would YOU be Doing?


‘How are you doing?’ takes on a whole different meaning when you’re asking someone who is grieving. Find a new way to show your concern and bring comfort. Source: How Would YOU be Doing?

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Girl Scout’s project gets 55 iPhones to hospice patients | NJ.com


Source: Girl Scout’s project gets 55 iPhones to hospice patients | NJ.com

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Skokie couple, married 69 years, die minutes apart, holding hands – Chicago Sun-Times


Source: Skokie couple, married 69 years, die minutes apart, holding hands – Chicago Sun-Times

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