November 2018


Purchase Tickets: Medina in the Springtime


Medina in the Springtime - Caribbean Nights will bring you the tastes, sights and sounds of an island paradise! 

Indulge in Caribbean cuisine, cocktails and live entertainment in support of HMC Hospice of Medina County, a Hospice of the Western Reserve affiliate.
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November 27 2018


5 Tips for Having an Important Conversation This Holiday


​Kathryn, a 45-year-old teacher, wife and mother, has a hectic schedule that begins the moment her feet hit the floor at 5:30 a.m. and often doesn’t end until late evening. When she learned one of her fellow teachers, a young mother of three, had terminal cancer, her mind went in many directions.


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November 21 2018


Book Review - Grief Unveiled: A Widow’s Guide to Navigating Your Journey in Life After Loss by Sarah Nannen


Author Sarah Nannen describes herself as a life and grief coach. Her recently published book, Grief Unveiled: A Widow’s Guide to Navigating Your Journey in Life after Loss, explores one approach to a positive outcome coming from a journey of profound sadness. This short, beautifully written book shares the author’s own journey following the death of her husband in addition to the losses experienced by her clients. It offers support to anyone who has lost a loved one and encourages each of us to face our grief and become comfortable in finding our own individual journey. Grief, she states, “leaves you forever changed but does not have to mean forever suffering […] its purpose is to facilitate healing, so we may process, evolve and step into life again.” 


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November 19 2018


The Quiet Space of Grief


In the cold of winter, we are more apt to feel the pain of our grief. Ambivalence becomes our friend as we search for the meaning in loss. We release a sigh of relief that we survived the holidays and then comes the quiet of winter. 
 
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November 19 2018


Why It's OK To Say, "I'm Still Grieving"


​There is a list of myths about how grief and loss impact children long-term. When asked in a classroom, “Are children permanently scarred by death?” most students provide a resounding “no” in response. This is often presented in a question about what some big differences might be if an adult’s mom or dad died, or if a child’s mom or dad died. They are often quick with answers about how their parent would miss proms, graduations, senior nights, weddings and births of their own children. They are able to paint a picture of how a loss impacts us differently as our lives go on and learn early that this does not mean that they have not dealt with the loss in a healthy way. 


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November 16 2018

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