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The Beautiful Side of Grief

Helen Morris



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Dying with Dignity

• 43 min

In her early 20's Michele's first introduction to nursing was caring for people her own age who were dying. A big ask when her only prior experience with loss was that of her grandmother and what she briefly experienced in her training. However, once she mastered her own discomfit over death, holding space in an effective, positive, and professional way for those dying, whether in palliative care or long-term care, became her passion. You don’t want to miss: How to make the dying experience something you aren't afraid of How much people really understand about end of life Why a lot of families can feel anger during this time PLUS, the number one thing you should know about end-of-life care!    Links and resources: Access your FREE resources HERE Follow me on Instagram: @healing2bu_ Facebook: TheBeautifulSideofGrief For more about me and what I do with energy healing Check out my website Michele's links To book a FREE call with Michele head to her website and send a message Website: Facebook: IG:   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: "It has never fallen short on me, the experience of being with someone in those last few moments when they take their last few breaths and what a an honor, and an intimate experience that is." ~ Michele Thomson  

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