Tag Archives: hospice
She’s a card-carrying introvert but …
Living with grief: What to say to someone who is grieving
Living with grief: Disenfranchised grief
The definition of grief is deep sorrow, but not all people feel it when a significant person in their life dies. They may feel relief, sadness about what never was, shame, anger, guilt, or nothing at all. In part four of Living with Grief, we talk about such feelings and what is called disenfranchised grief.
Living with grief: Jackie Conn’s story
Gosnell Memorial Hospice House: 10 years of having a profound impact on how people die
What is palliative care? Is it the same as hospice?
Why we need to talk about what we want at the end of life (and how to begin)
What is palliative care? A conversation with a doctor who has made it her life’s work
Hospice enhanced my father’s life in his final days and nurtured our family
December first is my father’s birthday. He would have been 88 years old. December 10 will mark the sixth anniversary of his death. Army Lt. Col. Robert Alphonso Swett, Jr. Yes, I am a proud daughter and yes, I miss him terribly. But, I am not here to recount the significant accomplishments he achieved during […]