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Dealing with Our Fears

 By: Joyce Nevola, LMSW, Bereavement Counselor The heralding of Autumn is flickered in sparks of change, the end of an all too brief summer season, the eruption of harvest time, and the threat of another cold, dark winter in the…

But I Don’t Know What to Say…

By Susan Bachorik, MA, Bereavement Counselor Words fail most of us when someone we have known and loved has died. But beyond hugs, words are what we have left.   Strange as it sounds, the terminal diagnosis is often the “easy”…

Hospice Fairy Tales

Hospice care suffers from several misconceptions. Don’t be fooled by bad mythology. Here are some of the falsehoods you should be aware of:   Fable #1: You should only call Hospice at the very end of life. The Truth: Hospice…