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Studies acknowledge how traumatic miscarriage is — so why doesn’t society?


When you have a miscarriage, everybody wants you to feel better. A lot of people want you to feel better at any cost, even the cost of denying what’s actually happened. So they try to comfort you, … Source: Studies … Continue reading

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How Has End-of-Life Care Changed? – SevenPonds BlogSevenPonds Blog


Read Part two of our interview with Barbara Karnes as we discuss how end-of-life care has changed and what it’s like to work in the industry. Source: How Has End-of-Life Care Changed? – SevenPonds BlogSevenPonds Blog

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Repost: Grief is a Family Affair – thelifeididntchoose


One of the things I absolutely LOVED about having four kids was the way they pinged off one another.  There were evenings when the comments were flying so fast I could barely keep up.  Sly looks, s… Source: Repost: Grief is a … Continue reading

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Reflections About Life and Loss After a Visit to My Childhood Neighborhood


A trip to the places of my childhood yields unexpected teachings about life and loss. Source: Reflections About Life and Loss After a Visit to My Childhood Neighborhood

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Heartbreaking Photo Series Documents the Raw Final Moments Owners Spend With Their Dying Pets | Fstoppers


Any pet owner will tell you that losing them is as great a pain as losing any member of the family. It’s in these moments we’re at our most vulnerable. One brave photographer has taken on the task of Source: … Continue reading

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Opinion | The Joy of Being a Woman in Her 70s – The New York Times


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Man’s best friend helps bring peace to hospice patients | Fox17


GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Man’s best friend.  No matter your age, gender, or stature, we can’t resist them.That’s why Emmanuel Hospice in Grand Rapids is adding dog visits to their therapy programs.Their first volunteer, Kaitlyn Mulvey explains, “Basically I go … Continue reading

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