Who Are You?

In end-of-life work, I have found that one of the questions that folks who are dying may ask themselves is “What is my legacy?” More often than not, this question is not asked overtly. It is asked and answered through storytelling and life review. It is examined...

Meditation 101

In my life, and in my work, I have found that sometimes the answer to complicated situations is as simple as “Shut up and sit down!” Maybe a nicer way to put it is “Close your mouth and open your heart!” Those are my definitions of my personal meditation practice. I...

Moving Forward from Pet Loss

When I worked for Four Seasons as a community hospice social worker, I submitted this article to the Angel Pets Expo. It is all about pet loss and the grief journey when we lose our beloved four-legged, winged, and finned companions and friends.  I do...

Aging Life Care Association

I am now officially an Aging Life Care Professional! You may be wondering “What the heck is an Aging Life Care Professional, and why should I care?” Click here for a fantastic explanation from The Aging Life Care Association itself. The Aging Life Care...

Move

There is a Quaker saying that I have heard from time to time throughout my life. It is “Proceed as the way opens”. Then there is the Zen proverb “Move and the way will open”. I am sure there are a myriad of other similar sentiments throughout cultures and throughout...
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