Monthly Archives: November 2010

Waiting for Death

None of us leave this life alive; we all experience death. I am frustrated when I read an article about how a medical intervention “saves lives.” No intervention yet has saved anyone from dying; we all die. What medical interventions … Continue reading

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Invisible in the Nursing Home

Yesterday I took one of my clients to a new nursing community. It was a jarring experience for me. Thankfully, my client was pleased with the appearance and comfort of the new place. The stressors belonged to the caregiver, care … Continue reading

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