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Top Five Regrets of the Dying

Top Five Regrets of the Dying

Bronnie Ware has written about the five most common deathbed regrets she heard during her time working as a palliative carer.  She has published two books on the subject.  Here, I have listed the five title sentences from her findings, but the thoughts and...
Funeral Etiquette

Funeral Etiquette

No Social Media posts – unless or until the next of kin have done so. Please be sensitive as to who gets to inform others, and whether it’s public knowledge.  This goes for all aspects of the bereavement, form the loss itself, to the details of the funeral.  Let the...
Grieving a Beloved Pet

Grieving a Beloved Pet

The loss of a pet may feel, for some people, something to be embarrassed about being upset over.  The truth is; the loss of a pet can be huge.  Keeping in mind that people can have dogs and cats for fifteen to twenty years or so.  Even a few years is a noticeable...
The Last Thing I Said to Them…

The Last Thing I Said to Them…

Final words. I hear a lot of clients tell me, when recounting the loss of their loved-one, what the last thing they said to each other was. Sometimes, this causes unwanted emotions of guilt and regret. Why didn’t I tell them I loved them? Why was I distracted? Or...
Being in Hospital

Being in Hospital

When it comes to being an in-patient, as well as being there for a physical reason, there are often other factors going on for people.  Being a regular recurring hospital ‘inmate’ for all of my life, here are a few points to remember when someone is staying in...
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