Memorial Day is a federal holiday during which we pay our respects to those military men and women who gave their lives in service to our country. But there is more to this holiday than many of us realize.
We’re happy to celebrate nurses every May to honor all of the hard work and sacrifices they make to help the community. Here are five reasons why nurses make a difference and why they are always worth celebrating.
For many people, Mother’s Day can be a challenging time where they may be dealing with the loss of a mother, or even as mothers, the loss of a child.
It is important to be able to have conversations with children regarding death, and books have proven to be a great resource in sparking those discussions.
Coping with grief and loss is something that everyone goes through at some point, as it’s an unfortunate fact of life. Grief can sneak up on you through little reminders after suffering a loss, whether it’s on the anniversary of the death of a loved one or even when you hear a song on the radio.
While many people are thinking about their beloved, for people who have just dealt with the loss of a loved one, especially that of spouses or significant others, it can be a difficult time.
“I have cancer.” When a friend or family member utters these three words to you, your mind probably reels with thoughts about them, their prognosis, and how to move forward.
A recent trend in the health and wellness industry is the discussion of “dying well.” More and more people are joining the “death positive” movement, a mindset to reduce anxiety about the concept of death.
The holidays have famously been called “the Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” but for people who have just experienced the loss of a loved one, it can be the most emotionally challenging.
What should you send to a grieving friend or family member when someone dies? Sincere offerings can comfort during this difficult time.