Monthly Archives: June 2018

The Eulogy – Konnor’s Lullaby


*My daughter asked me if I wanted to stand up and say something about Konnor at his wake. She said she just couldn’t do it, she was a wreck and understandably so. My first instinct was to scr… Source: The Eulogy – … Continue reading

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Grief Recovery Certification – The Grief Recovery Method


If you really want to do more than just support grievers in living with their emotional pain, you need Grief Recovery Certification Training. Source: Grief Recovery Certification – The Grief Recovery Method

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New study suggests, at certain age, risk of death no longer increases – Shared via Judy Graham


Findings come amid a heated debate on the potential for human longevity — and whether we as a species have hit our limit yet. Source: New study suggests, at certain age, risk of death no longer increases

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Working to save lives, Philly physicians find way to help patients confront death – Shared via NHPCO


Area physicians using big data to spot early signs of sepsis end up developing a tool to help patients plan for the end of life. Source: Working to save lives, Philly physicians find way to help patients confront death

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Home burial: bringing our baby’s body home from the hospital after he died.


We would open our modest house in the mountains to those who knew and loved him, and we would bury him. Source: Home burial: bringing our baby’s body home from the hospital after he died.

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Broken Heart Syndrome: Illness After Loss


Research shows that grief can have significant effects on physical health, too Source: Broken Heart Syndrome: Illness After Loss

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Everyone Wants Me to Feel Better | The Grief Toolbox


Loss can put us in a fog. Everything seems murky. Nothing is the same. Our hearts have been hit, but others don’t understand. This can be frustrating and lonely.   From the Grieving Heart:I feel like a robot. I’m going through the … Continue reading

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