May 2018


Is This Grief or Am I Depressed?


G​rief encompasses a broad spectrum of behaviors and feelings that are common after the death of a loved one. Many of the normal grief reactions may seem like characteristics of depression, but grief and depression are very different.


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May 17 2018


Grief is No Picnic


S​ummer is a time of sunshine and warm temperatures. We’ve planted our gardens, anticipating the beauty and serenity that comes from all our hard work. Now it’s time to get out, relax, vacation, and go on picnics.


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May 17 2018


A Child's View: Grief in the Digital Age


​Technology and grief go together like…well they really don’t go together, do they? Yet nowadays, everything we do is impacted by technology from ordering food to how we communicate. And this includes how we grieve. The current generation is exposed to technology from birth so they are the first ones to feel its influence throughout their entire childhood and adolescence. As parents and caregivers, it is often overwhelming to sort through what our youth is exposed to, but we must.


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May 17 2018


Book Review: The Healing Power of Grief


I​n this sensitive and compassionate book, the authors address grief experiences that may happen during specific blocks of time after death. (The reader can easily reference a chapter that points to where they are in the grief cycle; anywhere from 1 to 4 months and up to 18 to 24 months.) Various issues and areas of concern for the bereaved are considered.


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May 17 2018


​Two Ways to Remember Your Loved Ones


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1. Join us at the 2018 Walk to Remember on Sunday, June 10 at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and help support our patients and families while walking in memory of your loved one. Enjoy all day admission to the Zoo and Rainforest, entertainment, snacks and more. Learn more about how you can be involved at hospicewr.org/walk.


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May 17 2018

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