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Traveling Nurse

This past week I was asked to travel to NYC with four other women. One of these ladies is at the end of her life here on earth and she was believing it would be a good thing to have … Continue reading

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Caring

Different ways to show caring… Protecting dignity for a vulnerable person. Facilitating expressions of personal skills/gifts of a dying person. Providing options for relief. Guiding but not controlling.    

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Checked In

We are in New York City and the Empire State Building is right outside of our window! Big Red has been a topic all day…even as all of my traveling buddies wore red and I completely forgot and wore green.  Sorry Huskers…we are … Continue reading

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“Gripping Times”

These are two words that definitely describe how my past week has been.  Not a moment has gone by without making an impact on my heart or mind. I am wondering just how deep and long these memories will be.  How … Continue reading

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Opportunity

Here’s a unique entry! I have been invited to go on a vacation with several girls to New York City. The beauty, the uniqueness and the spectacular part of this trip is that one of the girls will be traveling … Continue reading

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Clarity

Taking away the fog… Not blurred… Being sure of… Confidence because of conviction… What other ways would you define “clarity” without Webster’s help? Jackie

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Days of the Week

Today I heard a woman (who knows grief well), say this about one particular week in time, “The Monday before the Friday.” This is her memory of a time line. On those two days, significant change happened…and they were deep in … Continue reading

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Pain Medications

There are a multitude of pain medication options, each depend on what phase of pain (acute/chronic) a person is experiencing.  Also, the choice of medication depends on what type of pain (bone/muscle/nerve/gut). One of my favorite types of treatment includes … Continue reading

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Goals

Many client’s I meet are reaching goals left and right. Nothing is stopping them as they accomplish what they need and want to do.  Does a “poor prognosis” really provide that much momentum? I have an important goal… to finish writing and publish a booklet.  What … Continue reading

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Straws

I have always wondered just why there is one straw that broke the camel’s back!  I mean really, one straw??? So many pressures in life bring us to our knees, at least in our thoughts.  Yet, when all the unlucky stars … Continue reading

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