Monthly Archives: November 2018

Love Your Life to Death – Blogs – Love Your Life to Death


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Three years after my mother’s death I can’t remember her voice – Shared via Jennifer Moran Stritch


Laura Kennedy: This week I stepped back into the past, to the hospice, to her last days Source: Three years after my mother’s death I can’t remember her voice

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More Oregonians sharing end-of-life wishes with POLST | OHSU News – shared via NHPCO


Trends changing in use of the Physician Order for Life-Sustaining Treatment form. Source: More Oregonians sharing end-of-life wishes with POLST | OHSU News

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Effect of My Cancer on My Children | LungCancer.net


A community member shares her childrens’ reactions to her lung cancer diagnosis and journey, and the effects her cancer has had on their lives. Source: Effect of My Cancer on My Children | LungCancer.net

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The trauma and grief of an alarming surge of antisemitism – People Are Ready to Die or Go to Jail in Order to Kill Jews Today,’ Warns Fr. Patrick Desbois, Pioneer of Catholic-Jewish Understanding | Jewish & Israel News Algemeiner.com


Source: ‘People Are Ready to Die or Go to Jail in Order to Kill Jews Today,’ Warns Fr. Patrick Desbois, Pioneer of Catholic-Jewish Understanding | Jewish & Israel News Algemeiner.com

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The latest horrific antisemitic ongoing wave – People Are Ready to Die or Go to Jail in Order to Kill Jews Today,’ Warns Fr. Patrick Desbois, Pioneer of Catholic-Jewish Understanding | Jewish & Israel News Algemeiner.com


Source: ‘People Are Ready to Die or Go to Jail in Order to Kill Jews Today,’ Warns Fr. Patrick Desbois, Pioneer of Catholic-Jewish Understanding | Jewish & Israel News Algemeiner.com

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Everyone Grieving (mostly) Needs Help – Hospice Matters


According to the social worker’s earliest notes on the medical chart, the patient’s son didn’t want any grief support after his father died. The nurse who’d cared for his father echoed those sentiments when the family was discussed in the … Continue reading

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