Learn how this nurse allowed oncology patients to change her own life.
Veterans Health System Journal. Vol.6 (2). Six Tools to Promote Healing at the End of Life. You only get one chance to die. Don’t miss the opportunity to show up for it. These tools helps people be present for their death.
zLiving With Grief-Aging America. HFA.If aging is a poison, is it possible it might be a healing poison? This potential reality requires changing our relationship to the numerous, multi-dimensional losses incurred throughout the aging process.
Urologic Nursing. Vol.29 (1). Healing a Broken Life: Drug Addiction can greatly complicate peaceful dying. However, dying people are fertile ground for healing.
Journal of Religion, Disability, & Health. Vol.12 (3). Disabilities and Health: Do you have any prejudice against certain groups of patients? This nurse describes her transformation from judgmental attitude toward Vietnam Veterans with PTSD to understanding and compassion.
Liv Fun. Vol.4 (3). Belonging: An Increasingly Lost Reality. Loss of community and connection breed isolation and loneliness – issues that become increasingly prominent in aging America.