When Jane, age 10, was asked to explain what it felt like to walk in her shoes, her artwork showed that she had a lot to say. Thanks to the Journeys Program at Lost & Found Grief Center, someone was listening. Jane’s father had been diagnosed with a terminal illness. For the “walk in my […]
By Angela Sipe, M.J., CHPCA Facing a terminal diagnosis is tough. Time is precious. Along with physical difficulties, this can be a period of deep soul searching. Some people feel an urgency to assess their life and resolve unfinished business. At end of life, the unconscious mind becomes stronger than the conscious mind. Unfinished business […]
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