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The Beautiful Side of Grief

Helen Morris



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Hospice Doctor's Widow

• 44 min

As a hospice doctor, Bob cared daily for dying patients. At home, his wife, Jen, listened to the stories of patients and families, layering her understanding of death with the early losses of her own brother and mother. Then, the man who had spent a 40-year career caregiving was diagnosed with advanced, metastatic cancer. Jen shares with us her journey, her book, her lessons. You don’t want to miss: How you can focus on the loving, mourning and missing rather than being overwhelmed and confused How early experiences can shape how you deal with loss The value of honesty as your loved one nears their time to go PLUS, why YOU should have an advanced care plan or similar!   Links and resources: Sign up and access your FREE resources Follow me on Instagram: @healing2bu_ Facebook Page: TheBeautifulSideofGrief For more about me and what I do Check out my website Jennifer's links Website: Facebook: IG:  Twitter: The Empty Room: Understanding Sibling Loss by Elizabeth DeVia Raeburn The Death Deck a game and conversation prompt  Dead Club a new album by the band Tunng The Conversation Project: an organization that promotes discussion and the documentation of advance healthcare directives. prompts for conversations to help with advance healthcare directives. Make sure you hit SUBSCRIBE so you don’t miss out on any of my weekly interviews and resources. And, if you enjoyed this episode, please leave me a rating and a review? Thanks! Thanks, Gabe Dovaston for the great music! Quote: “If you have a sister and she dies, do you stop saying you have one? Or are you always a sister, even when the other half of the equation is gone?” ~ Jodi Picoult

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