Seeing Double: An Elisabeth Reinhardt Novel Book Review

Book Review- Seeing Double: An Elisabeth Reinhardt Novel by Nancy J Alexander. This is a book that combines suspense, espionage, mystery, and love with a psychological twist all in one. I was intrigued because this book focuses on ‘current’ Middle East issues regarding civilians that are also involved in espionage for their respective countries of Israel,…

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How to Help the Grieving….

Written by Dr. Virgina A. Simpson in “What Grieving People Want You To Know.” http://www.drvirginiasimpson.com How you can help me Please talk about my loved one, even though he is gone. It is more comforting to cry than to pretend that he never existed. I need to talk about him, and I need to do […]…

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Dance Diaries: Learning Ballroom Dance Book Review

Book Review: I was not sure what to expect with this book, but it was a fun read and educational. I like how the author, Catherine Harrison linked ballroom dance to life in general; a confidence boost, stress reducer, sociable activity, weight-loss activity, mental health boost. She shares good tips on which studio to choose;…

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Shared via Rea L. Ginsberg – Why is anticipatory grief so powerful? | The Caregiver Space — Loss, Grief, Bereavement and Life Transitions Resource Library

Harriet Hodgson, who wrote a book on the subject, explores the many ways anticipatory grief shows up in our lives. Here are some ways it reveals its power. Source: Why is anticipatory grief so powerful? | The Caregiver Space via Shared via Rea L. Ginsberg – Why is anticipatory grief so powerful? | The Caregiver Space…

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Take some minutes to talk and listen…

The Intensive Care Unit is one of the services where the more intense events could be lived in a Hospital. The state of health of the patients is critical. The family experiences heartbreaking sensations and professionals must take decisions extremely complex under pressure of time and difficulty. Anguish, pain, uncertainty, the voltage is present at… via…

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The House of Kane Book Review by Barbara Casey & Author Interview

The House of Kane is an excellent fiction novel and I was caught up in the book from the first page! It is rare that a book grabs my interest so quickly. The story line excellent, the characters believable, the writing style very good. The book focuses on two publishers and it seems like one…

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Grief is Different for Everyone-Even in Families…..

Originally posted on griefministerdotcom: After a loss, each member of a family has his or her own unique grief process.?? But just as important and unique is the grief experience of the entire family unit.? Here are some of the reasons that it is important to acknowledge the needs of the family as a whole:… via…

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