Monthly Archives: November 2018

End of Life Looks Different for Black Americans


Health inequity, discrimination and lack of cultural competency are all contributing factors Source: End of Life Looks Different for Black Americans

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Surviving Thanksgiving: 6 tips for grievers – What’s Your Grief


You hoped and prayed, you wished on a star, you stuck your head in the sand, you ignored your calendar, … Source: Surviving Thanksgiving: 6 tips for grievers – What’s Your Grief

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Writer contributes to book about grief | News | desototimes.com


A North Mississippi writer has contributed to a new book showing that grief is not something to be held close to yourself, but rather expressed in a way that fits Source: Writer contributes to book about grief | News | … Continue reading

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The Sullivan Four: The Magic Number


A blog about brain cancer, the loss of a child, and the grace of God. Source: The Sullivan Four: The Magic Number

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“Dear Me” by Meghan Kinney – The unexpressed grief experienced by their younger self


Source: “Dear Me” by Meghan Kinney

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Why This Doctor Wants Some Patients to Consider Palliative Care


An oncologist grapples with letting patients suffer when there’s an alternative Source: Why This Doctor Wants Some Patients to Consider Palliative Care

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21 Quotes About Death, Grief, and Remembrance – The Funeral Friend – shared via Whats Your Grief?


There was a time when Litsa and I had a strong dislike for grief quote pics. We were so averse that when we started our sister-site What’s Your Grief in 2012 we stubbornly said, “NO! We’re not posting grief quote pics on … Continue reading

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