Discover compassionate tips for coping with Mother’s Day grief when your mother is no longer with you, focusing on mindfulness, self-care, and creative expression to honor her memory and find solace. As Mother’s Day approaches, the absence of your mother may feel even more palpable – whether it has been days, months, or decades. It’s important
#52 Some Light at the End: Your Bedside Guide for Peaceful Palliative & Hospice Care with Hospice Nurse Beth Cavenaugh
Beth Cavenaugh shares with us her personal experience as a nurse-turned-hospice worker at the request of her mom during her mom’s final stage of life. Beth talks about her love of her work with families and patients and what caregivers need to think about during such a difficult period of time.
Shelby Forsythia, author of Permission to Grieve shares her experience and wisdom gained from being a young adult navigating the death of her mother from breast cancer.
Losing your mother while you’re still young and dependent is one of the hardest things to go through. Michelle Shreeve knows that pain and offers unique therapies to help teens and children cope with their loss.
Death is such a taboo subject in our society that people often go to great lengths to avoid someone who is grieving because they don’t know what to say or how to act around them. Rebecca provides some solid advice for interacting with the grief of others.
Losing one parent as a child is devastating. Losing both is unimaginable, yet there is always hope for a new beginning …
Find Your Inner Wisdom & Honor Their Legacy Through Grief with The Kindness Rocks Project featuring Megan Murphy
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Grief and addiction have a very complex relationship, and quite often the two are very closely intertwined. For people suffering from grief, substance abuse becomes a way of numbing the pain. For someone already suffering from substance abuse disorder, grief can actually be a wakeup call of sorts. Nobody seeks to experience grief or wishes