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Supporting and Grieving a Terminally Ill Loved One

By Emily Long, LPC

Saying goodbye to a loved one is never easy. Watching a person fade away from a terminal illness is a complex and painful process. 1,614 more words


The Most Important Health Document You'll Ever Sign

Health care providers have a morbid sense of humor. While it’s part of dealing with the stress of the profession, there is often an element of truth behind the jokes. 628 more words


Coping With A Terminal Illness

Terminal illnesses can elicit a wide range of emotions from sufferers when first informed by their doctors. This includes fear, denial, shock, frustration, relief, anger, confusion, sadness, and helplessness. 349 more words


Only on this side of heaven ...

do we have the opportunity to choose faith.  Why is that so special?  Because the Creator of All has provided each of us the opportunity to give Him a gift that truly pleases Him and makes Him happy 696 more words

Unconditional Hope


Often in my battle with cancer I find great encouragement in the thought of everlasting life. As I spend time with cancer patients who don’t seem to be believers, I see a focus on this life only and no real hope for more. 935 more words


When you don't know what to say

Do you struggle with what to say to someone when you know they have a terminal disease, a disability, a mental illness or even when they are facing a seemingly insurmountable challenge? 486 more words

TNT: Shura's Wrath by Mars Gravity

This week for Translation Necessary Thursday I’m covering a series I read recently and found enjoyable. It’s Shura’s Wrath by Mars Gravity!

Plot Synopsis: To save his terminally ill little sister, Ling Chen enters a newly released virtual game world and joins a small gaming studio comprising entirely of women. 150 more words