Blog: Hospice & Palliative Care Insights

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Resources for the Lonely

Coping with the loss of a loved one can lead a person through a spectrum of confusing emotions. These emotions can range from shock to anger to depression to guilt and beyond. While everyone grieves differently and experiences unique emotions, it is quite common to encounter at least some of these. When the person who has passed happened to be particularly close to the person in grief, feelings of loneliness and isolation can be among the most common.
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Gift of a Day Delivers Christmas Magic

Christmas is a magical time of year, and Crossroads Hospice & Palliative Care patient George Gillespie loves every bit of it. For him, it’s just not Christmas without the lights, the decorations, and of course, the tree.
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A Millennial's Guide to Grief in a Digital World

For millennials, dealing with grief may be a new experience. Others know it all too well. Ranging from late teens through early thirties, millennials are old enough to clearly understand tragic events, interpret the emotions of those around them, and remember significant memories of a departed loved one. Additionally, millennials are mature enough to support and comfort friends and family members who are experiencing a loss.