Clean Up After Yourself

Have you ever thought about the day after? There are decisions to be made now. Clean up after yourself, so it’s easier on your loved ones later… The people you […]

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UNDERSTAND HOSPICE NOW

Do you really understand hospice… and what it means? On paper, we say “it’s a way of caring for dying people and their families that addresses physical, emotional and spiritual […]

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The Conversation in Action

CIVHC Connect: Caring and Preparing for Serious Illness Earlier this year, I presented with two colleagues at a day-long conference — CIVHC Connect: Caring and Preparing for Serious Illness. The […]

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Life and Death and Mud

Children laugh an average of 300 times a day. Little kids splash in the mud. They don’t hold back. They don’t want to sleep because they might miss something. They […]

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WHEN FAMILY TIES ARE BROKEN

Each person in a family may feel shattered when a loved one dies, but death can also shatter a family. People grieve very differently. Some may be highly emotional. Others […]

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