SOCIAL WORKERS: I want to be like you when I grow up

SOCIAL WORKERS:  I want to be like you when I grow up

March 11 2019

This is the story that came to mind when I decided to write a blog for National Social Work month. Social work, to me, is about saying the right words at the right moment, words that have a profound effect on a person’s life from that point forward. Being the listener with just a touch of direction...

GRIEF- Struggling After Mom's Death

GRIEF- Struggling After Mom's Death

February 11 2019
Often after a person dies we forget that there is no perfect relationship, that there are easy times and difficult times. Somehow once a person dies we elevate them to sainthood. By doing that we lock in the hurts. The guilt that is part of any relationship...

For Those With Heavy Feelings of Loss

For Those With Heavy Feelings of Loss

November 09 2015
How to let go and stop feeling guilty? At first you probably aren't even aware of your feelings. When someone close to us dies, even if we are told it is going to happen, we are in shock, numb. As the numbness wears off  we start feeling guilty...

What Does The Future Hold For Mom With ALS?

What  Does The Future Hold For Mom With ALS?

March 15 2015
ALS is horrific disease, not that there is a “good” disease but ALS traps a good mind in a slowly deteriorating, non functioning body affecting not only the ability to move all body parts but affects the ability to swallow (inability to eat) and the ability to breathe by themselves. See The Theory of Everything...

What is Terminal Restlessness?

What is Terminal Restlessness?

October 01 2012

Terminal restlessness is a medical term for the restlessness and agitation that often begins one to three weeks before death from disease. The restlessness shows itself by random body movements, hands picking the air or clothing, by just not being settled and quiet...

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