Monthly Archives: May 2019

Grief in the Emergency Department –personal lessons from loss

Grief in the Emergency Department – personal lessons from loss By Dr Caroline Macari Two years ago something happened that, not to be overly dramatic, changed my life, including my everyday experience of my job as an emergency specialist. My older brother, Martin died of a rare and aggressive form of Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma that spread

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There’s Something Ancient about Comforting Grief with Food

                                                                        “You cannot do a kindness too soon, for you never know how soon it will be too late.”                                                                        

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That Last Day: AfterTalk Inspirational: 5.2.19

    That Last Day by Leah Cumberworth It’s been over a year since Jim died. But I still can’t “get over” that last day. I am almost obsessed with that day, going over and over the events, and feeling my heart break over and over again. For about five years, we had been dealing

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