March 2014


I Am No Longer the Caregiver... Now What?


Perhaps for days, months, or years, you have provided care for your sick loved one who has now died. While you were the caregiver your routine may have changed considerably: you adjusted your work schedule, rescheduled your own appointments, restructured childcare provisions, neglected your own health concerns, or just had no time for yourself, period. And now that your loved one is deceased, what do you do with this new found time?
 
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March 21 2014


Grief is Hard Work


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Grief can be exhausting. You may not have the energy to do the things you did prior to the death of your loved one. At times it may seem that losing them is more than you can bear. You may feel that life will never be enjoyable again. You may question what "normal" is. You might feel that you are the only one who has ever felt like this. Perhaps you notice changes in your eating and/or drinking habits. Maybe you are having problems sleeping or are sleeping much more than usual. You may wonder if there is something wrong with you.
 
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March 21 2014


Book Review: Embraced by the Light


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"What happens after death?" "Why are we here?"


These are some of the most common questions people ask. There are as many differing theories as there are beliefs and religions. Yet, we still want to know.

In Embraced by the Light, Betty J. Eadie shares her near-death experience from the viewpoint of a Christian. She speaks of an "enormous energy" that encompassed her. She describes what it was like to enter "the tunnel" and who was there to greet her when she "crossed over." She tells about the knowledge she gained, and why she believes we are here.
 
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March 21 2014


A Child's View: Cyberbullying


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Do you have a friend or loved one who was a victim of cyber bullying and attempted or completed suicide? If the answer is yes, you are not alone. It is normal to feel scared, angry or even guilty. Cyber bullying has become a major problem in the United States and throughout the world. Cyber bullying is when someone repeatedly makes fun of another person online or posts something negative about someone through social networks, email or text message.

 
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March 21 2014


Remembrance Gardens


Just when we think that the bleakness of winter will never leave, we begin to spot snowdrops, crocuses and daffodils. Spring slowly unveils itself. We know that in just a few weeks the flower beds will start to bloom, the trees will be full of new buds and the birds will return to our yards. Spring is a time that many folks think about gardens.
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March 21 2014

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