November 2019


39th Annual Holiday Greeting Card Exchange


Make a gift in lieu of mailing holiday cards and your name will be included in the News Herald’s full-page community greeting card published on Christmas morning. Let your friends and family know that instead of mailing cards this year, you are committed to helping hospice patients and their loved ones make the most of every day.
 
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November 25 2019


Your Support In Action: Love Follows Us Everywhere


When Aaron’s mom died, we didn’t know what to do. Our son, Lincoln, took it particularly hard. At a time when we were all struggling, the Robertson Bereavement Center team at Hospice of Medina County was there for us. We couldn’t do it alone, and with them on our side, we didn’t have to.


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November 25 2019


We the Widows: A Guide to Your New Life


Author Patricia Redmond felt lost after her husband of 33 years died from lung cancer. Not only did she have to cope with the pain of losing her soulmate and the father of her children, but she also had no idea how to deal with the more practical aspects of life on her own. She’s spent the past decade navigating those decisions and wants to share her experience with you.


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November 18 2019


Childhood Grief and the Opioid Epidemic


When children and adolescents experience the death of a loved one, it can be difficult for parents and adults to talk about grief with them. Sometimes, we do not know the right words to say or how to answer difficult
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November 18 2019


Why Bother?


​As the winter season sets in, many may start to wonder,“What am I going to do with my time?” Extended daylight hours and the ability to get outside to exercise and soak in some vitamin D have come to a close. For some, the darkness gives permission to stay inside and curl up on the sofa with a warmmug and a blanket. Others, especially those who are grieving, may feel anxiety and dread about those long, dark evenings.


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November 18 2019

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