It was an exciting game. The Dean E. Smith Center was a sea of Carolina blue and the men’s basketball team didn’t disappoint. Together with more than 20,000 other fans we cheered the Tar Heels on to victory. Final score:
Grief it brings need the naked freeze caught in the frost
Numb unbearable thoughts your inner need fire not lost
–Tori Amos – Reindeer King (Native Invader, 2017)
I lost my father last February. It was really hard to even write
None of us wanted to go. It was approximately six months after our wives had died, and we were all still stunned. We were ripe with grief; shocked; stunned with the mess we had been left.
Over seven years
Things tend to slow down in the winter. The holiday bustle wraps up in a flurry and in settles the cold, quiet calm of winter. In grief, the season can bring mixed feelings. For some, the quiet season of winter
This post originally appeared November 25, 2015 but its content is still relevant today.
The change of seasons is upon us as the days cool and nights become longer. If the weather doesn’t remind you of the season, sights of holiday
Did you know that if you’re under hospice care, you might be approved for Social Security disability benefits in as little as two weeks? The Social Security Administration (SSA) offers benefits for people in need, as well as eligible family
November 16, 2017 is Children’s Grief Awareness Day, which brings attention to children who have experienced the death of a loved one and opens the conversation about ways to provide support. Parents and caregivers do their best to support their
The following is a reflection from a UNC medical student who came to Transitions LifeCare to shadow one of our physicians.
The morning had just begun and Dr. Thompson was taking me on a tour of the Hospice Home. The first
“All the art of living lies in a fine mingling of letting go and holding on.”
-Henry Ellis, British psychologist
Recently I found myself standing with shaking legs on a small wooden platform perched 50 feet above the treetops, frozen in fear
The following perspectives on documentation come from a nurse navigator who shares why patient experiences are more than words on paper.
When I went to nursing school more than a decade ago, 100% of our documentation was on paper. We were taught