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Wearing a “W” Back to Work
I feel like everyone sees the big, bold-letter ‘W’ painted on my forehead as I enter the hospital this morning. Looking at my feet as much as possible, I put on my scrubs. In my numbed state of grief, I walk through … Continue reading
Posted in death, Education, employers and grief, Grief, grief at work, grieving, Lessons from others, My story, Uncategorized Tagged death, Going Back to Work After a Death, grief, Human Resource Department, isolette, laughter, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Nurse, scrubs, What's Your Grief Blog, widow 12 Comments
Who Cares For The Caregivers?
I am a nurse and my training has taught me to assess, plan, implement and evaluate whatever program I start. So, I initiated a caregivers support group at my church this spring after hearing members complain that they were feeling … Continue reading
Posted in Caregivers, Education, My story, Resources, Support groups, Transitions, Uncategorized Tagged body-mind-spirit, caregiver, children, church, facilitator, Nurse, parents, resources, respite care, self-care, support group 6 Comments