“Many devoted caregivers give so much of their lives intensely involved in providing specialized care to an “end of life” senior. Sadly, they often fail to adequately prepare themselves for the long and winding journey through the grieving process after their loved ones have passed away. Can they find themselves as they search for true healing?”
As we get older, we learn to contemplate death more. We soon realize that it’s not a cartoon. And it is not something that only happens across town. The reality of dying then becomes more tangible to us. This is why when we lose a loved one who had been so close to us in our lives, we are forced to personalize death. It then begins shaping our thoughts about how we feel about ourselves. The world in which we once perceived it to be is not the same to us. The idea of endings become more concrete.
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