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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...
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...
Grief at Christmas-time

Grief at Christmas-time

Christmas is often a wonderful time, anticipated with excitement and hope.  However, for the grieving, it can be incredibly difficult and isolating.  I view Christmas as a giant magnifying glass; if you’re happy with family, friends and loved-ones, these blessings are...
Moon Lodges & Red Tents

Moon Lodges & Red Tents

At a Moon Lodge or Red Tent, women come together to meet in circle and support in a safe space.  These events are ‘come as you are’ meaning that you don’t have to be ‘fine’.  You can be tired, upset, frustrated, emotional, buoyant, perky, grateful, and anything in...
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