Coping with Grief

Many people are familiar with Elizabeth Kubler-Ross’s Five Stages of Grief: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance (1969).   However, many people are not aware that Kubler-Ross was [...]

Caring for the Caregiver

We often think about how we can do best to help loved ones in our care.  So many would do anything to help their loved ones feel better, feel comfortable, and have everything they could possibly [...]

Strength in a Time of Loss

Everyone experiences difficult times in life.  Often, when we go through these times, we feel hopeless for our situation in the moment. During the time of the stressful event or difficult time, [...]

Showing Love

Everyone wants to feel loved.  It’s a natural human desire.  We want to feel loved by our romantic partners, family, children, and friends.  We all show love and receive love differently though.  [...]

Holidays and Recent Loss

For many, the holidays are a happy time of the year.  The holidays are often a time spent with family and friends.  When a family has experienced a recent loss, the holidays can be especially [...]

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