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Category: Coping

Coping with Grief at the Holidays

During the holidays, our culture suggests that we should be experiencing unmitigated joy, enveloped in one celebration after the other. But that season wrapped in ribbons and bows feels altogether
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He Knows, He Loves, He Cares

By Sara Lowe I was recently asked by the Senior Pastor at my congregation-Trinity United Methodist Church in Grand Rapids, to provide the message for a Sunday while he was
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Risk-taking Near the End of Life

I am basically a risk-taker. I think this is to some extent genetic; it’s in my blood. My very own father is a risk-taker– he spent most of his life
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Strength and Growth of the Bereaved Caregiver

I know an elderly gentleman. He is 85 years old. He is a physician, and he is my friend. One day, he joked about his mother. She died 60 years
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When knowing changes everything, the value of a map (Part 2)

Many of you felt so strongly about the on-going need to underscore ways to help people identify end-of- life maps that I have decided to create a mini blog series
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