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These Silent Victims of the Global Pandemic Are Facing Tragedy In An Unexpected Way

  The global coronavirus pandemic has created many difficult situations for families. We are distanced from friends and loved ones, especially when they reside in nursing homes and rehabilitation facilities or are hospitalized in order to keep one another healthy. But there is another tragic consequence of this social distancing […]
Practical Ways To Spread Christmas Cheer To Lonely Neighbors 

Practical Ways To Spread Christmas Cheer To Lonely Neighbors 

As you enjoy gathering with your friends and family this Christmas season, not everyone has a family or a place to go. From the elderly woman next store who just lost her husband, to the single college gal down the street whose family is out of state, Christmas can feel […]
PTSD From Losing A Child Is Real And Misunderstood 

PTSD From Losing A Child Is Real And Misunderstood 

  When people think of PTSD they usually picture a war-torn veteran, struggling to adjust to civilian life. While this picture is not wrong, it doesn’t encompass the whole population of sufferers. Mothers who have lost their children experience a kind of grief that is lingering, relentless, and often debilitating. […]
Helpful Tips To Survive The Holiday Season With The Loss Of A Loved One 

Helpful Tips To Survive The Holiday Season With The Loss Of A Loved One 

The holiday season is a joyful time full of friends and family creating new and lasting memories together… …except the holiday season can be gut-wrenching and painful for those who have lost a loved one. The empty chair at the dinner table is a sober reminder at how short life […]