Monthly Archives: September 2018

Navy Veteran with Terminal Cancer Holds Yard Sale to Pay for His Own Funeral


News, email and search are just the beginning. Discover more every day. Find your yodel. Source: Navy Veteran with Terminal Cancer Holds Yard Sale to Pay for His Own Funeral

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Will I Ever Get Over This Grief? – AfterTalk


Will I Ever Get Over This Grief? The Sugars referred to in the salutation are the authors of The Sweet Spot,  I was  impressed by their answer  about grieving the loss of a sibling Source: Will I Ever Get Over This … Continue reading

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Matters of life and death: The questions everyone must answer before we go – Sunday Post


THE devastating loss of her husband has led author Jane Duncan Rogers on a mission to help people deal with life’s final steps. In his last few weeks, her husband Philip, who had stomach cancer, like many other people simply … Continue reading

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Hospice and Nursing Homes Blog: Death Notification Problems (Research, Video 1:44)


Frances Shani Parker writes about older adults, eldercare, hospice, palliative care, nursing homes, dementia, caregiving, death, and bereavement. Source: Hospice and Nursing Homes Blog: Death Notification Problems (Research, Video 1:44)

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The Sullivan Four: A Blog about Cancer, and the loss of a precious Child – “Just To Make Sure”


A blog about brain cancer, the loss of a child, and the grace of God. Source: The Sullivan Four: “Just To Make Sure”

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I hope this helps with your grief! 


Source: I hope this helps with your grief! 

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Daphne Bach Greer Blog on Grieving


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