Interview with Bereavement Counselor on Coping with Loss
Posted Jul 07 2008 7:13pm
Announcingon the right an ongoing audio of interviews with Professionals in the Elder Care arena! We are very excited about offering these free tips and information to you via our blog, ourCaregiver Directory, our On-the-Go Toll FreeCaregiver's Helpline 1-888-797-7806, and iTunes. Cool, huh? Now your not stuck grappling for family caregiver tips and resources when youREALLYneed them!
Listen here to our first interview with Worth Kilcrease, Bereavement Counselor. Mr. Kilcrease gives us good advice of coping with a loved one like mom, dad, partner, spouse, or child.
We have all experienced the loss of a special someone and know how difficult it is to gain peace of mind. Even before passing, the knowledge and pain of future loss is gut wrenching. I know for myself when learning of my mom's near passing, I thought I couldn't bear it! I cried for days. It hurt. Even after 4 years, I continue to miss her tremendously. As for my dad, I grieved his loss before he died. He lived with Alzheimer's the latter years of his life and his passing was a blessing... for him primarily.
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