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What does death have to teach the living?

By: Angela Escobar Right off, Dr. Randy Pausch said his lecture wasn’t about death but about life, and I found that interesting. It is unfortunate that someone always has to be either on the verge of death, 6 feet under, … Continue reading

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The Empty Chair at the Holiday Table: Getting Through Christmas After a Loss

By: Marie Hartwell-Walker, EdD, Marty Tousley, CNS-BC, FT, DCC, and Angela Escobar, MA, BCC “I have felt pain, I have endured hardship, I have suffered loss of loved ones and I have memories I want to forget. However, these things … Continue reading

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