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Educational Links

Below we’ve shared a collection of the most helpful hospice links. Keep an eye on this page as we’ll be updating it regularly with new resources and interesting finds. National…

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Self Care Menu from Blue Ridge Hospice Grief and Loss Support

What’s on your self-care menu? We all need a personalized self-care menu – the activities that we incorporate into daily practice or use as needed to maintain our physical and…

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Choosing Rest

Today Grief Counselor, Christina, discusses progress in our grief journeys and the importance of choosing rest.

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Grand Opening for New Thrift Shop in Purcellville

Published June 22, 2020 (Purcellville, Virginia) – A crowd of excited shoppers, all wearing masks, began lining up at 8AM on Saturday morning in hopes of being the first to…

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This Father’s Day

To anyone grieving the loss of their father this Father’s Day: If this is your first Father’s Day without your dad, our hearts go out to you. Perhaps you want…

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A Case for Masks from Dr. Flynn

Published May 20, 2020 I know it has seemed like years since we have all seen each other in person and these times continue to challenge what our sense of…

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When is Death Sweet? COVID-19 Reflections from a Grief Support Counselor

But death was sweet, death was gentle, death was kind; death healed the bruised spirit and the broken heart, and gave them rest and forgetfulness.  – Mark Twain, Letters from…

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Curiosity Versus Criticism

The question, “Why did I do that?” can be asked in so many different ways – with embarrassment, anger, guilt. I often talk with grieving people about approaching their emotions,…

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Loss and Livestreams: End-of-Life in the Age of COVID

Loss and Livestreams: End-of-Life in the Age of COVID A moving article about end of life in the age of COVID-19 shared by Loudoun Now.

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Making Memories at the End of Life

For some, watching a loved one’s health decline feels like a waiting game. But spending the end of life with a special person can be both very painful and immensely…

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