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S2E4: Caring for the Caregiver

How do you take care of the caregiver? As the pandemic stretches onward, nurses who were already short-manned are struggling with fatigue, complicated grief, and burnout. We talk about some of the challenges, self-care measures, and how we as a community can support our bedside heroes.

Episode 34: Grieving the Loss of Your Wife

We have met Michael in previous interviews when he talked about caring for his wife with Huntington’s. Janet, his wife, died 1/10/21 and since then Michael has moved and started a new job. Join us for a discussion about this post-caretaker stage of Michael’s life.

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S1E52: Coping with a Child’s Death

The death of a child is a life-altering event for parents, leading to grief that is individual, intense, and long-lasting. The death of a child goes against the “natural” order of life. The young are supposed to outlive the old. It radically changes future dreams as well as parents' present roles...

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S1E47: Caregiver Grief and Burnout

Caring for the dying or critically ill can cause significant distress for health care providers, but even more so for family members in the role as a caregiver. Marianne shares about the complex challenges facing caregivers and ways to cope.

Episode 17: Hearts Do Matter

Anita Myers, CPC, CRCS, the author of “Hearts Do Matter” is our guest this week as we celebrate Children’s Grief Awareness Day. The story is about a little girl who has a very special relationship with her mother. Her mother promised she would always be with her, and she shows in the book that she...

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