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Category Archives: Disabilities
The Lesson Learned From Someone Else’s Loss
The voice inside my head starts talking loudly every time I drive to the gym. It says things like, “I hate exercising inside on such a nice day. What’s the point when all it seems to do is make me … Continue reading
Posted in behavior, Caregivers, Disabilities, Grief, Inspiration, Lessons from others, Life's Losses, My story, Uncategorized Tagged caregiver, disability, exercise, grief, gym, HGTV, life lesson, pain, Property Brothers, weight machine, wheelchair, woman 3 Comments
Intergenerational Grief – Billy, Part II
This article is the second in a two-part series, you can read last week’s post Intergenerational Grief – Billy, Part I here. I saw multiple loses during my years as a Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse. Babies were born prematurely, some died during delivery … Continue reading
Posted in Caregivers, Childhood, Disabilities, family, grandparents, Grief, grieving, Life's Losses, My story, Relationships, Transitions, Uncategorized Tagged American Grandparents Association, caregiving, child, congenital anomalies, diagnosis, disabilities, education, grandparents, hospitalization, Neonatal Intensive Care, parenting, Parents Magazine, prognosis, special needs, surgery, The Ten Best Children's Hospitals in the US, Women's and Children's Health Network 2 Comments