We Are Asking the Wrong Questions

We Are Asking the Wrong Questions

When we grieve, the questions we ask are: How can I get over this? How can I fix this? Why am I feeling like this? What’s wrong with me? These are the wrong questions to ask. These questions set us up for struggle, for self-criticism and pressure. The question to ask...
A Grief Interrupted

A Grief Interrupted

How do we grieve when our ways of grieving have been disrupted? Our funerals, Celebrations of Life, and Gatherings are gone for now. They have all been put on hold. We adapt by doing video conferencing, but there is something healing about being in the same room with...
Beautifully Human

Beautifully Human

She was a doer. Action steps, always getting the tasks done. No matter what, just keep moving forward. One step at a time. She was fiercely independent. So much so that I am sure, it caused her family some frustration and anxiety. She was a creative. She always had a...
Life-Enhancing Care

Life-Enhancing Care

When people hear the word Hospice, they think of end of life care. We at Hospice think of our care as Life-Enhancing care from the time of diagnosis all the way through to the end of life. Sometimes this can take years. When a person is diagnosed with a life-limiting...
A Caregiver Story

A Caregiver Story

A Caregiver story To have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do us part. In sickness and in health. When you recite these words no one really understands how hard “in sickness“ can...