- Tears Come With Joy and Sorrow August 18, 2016
- Mountain Top Moments July 13, 2016
- Help Within A Stone April 1, 2016
- Living After A Child Dies January 10, 2016
- Looking Death in the Face – The Story of a Naïve Nurse October 8, 2015
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Tag Archives: parents
Living After A Child Dies
Life is risky. It isn’t fair. No one is safe and no one is ever given a card marked, “nothing bad will ever happen to me.” Continue reading
Posted in Bereavement, death, Grief, grieving, Loss of a child, Parenting, Uncategorized Tagged addiction, cancer, child, death, grief, grieving, hero, Loss, mother, parents 4 Comments
Buried in Clutter, Lost in Denial
Our elderly neighbors seldom come outside despite the park-like setting of their suburban yard. We watch the exterior of their home deteriorate from lack of paint, boards coming loose and holes from animals welcoming decay. Three walls of the home’s … Continue reading
Posted in Aging, behavior, Hardships, Life's Losses, parents, Relationships, Uncategorized Tagged aging, ambulance, crisis, daughters, dementia, elderly, hoarders, illness, neighbors, parents, reality 16 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