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Grief Beyond Grief: The Secondary Losses Associated with Grief

Thursday, July 9, 2020

My husband died in 2008. At the time I lived in Texas. I had two young children, a job I loved, a position in my church, deep and treasured friendships, dreams I was pursuing, and a pattern of activities I could anticipate on a daily basis. That all changed in an instant. I moved and … Read More


Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Contact: Zach Ahrens, ACHE Midland Care Connection, Inc. 785-506-7114 Nancy Burkhardt The University of Kansas Health System St. Francis Campus 785-224-6690 TOPEKA, Kansas (July 8, 2020)— As many acute care hospitals evaluate their service offerings, some have determined that independent home health agencies would be better suited to provide these services to patients after a … Read More


Friday, June 26, 2020

ad·just·ment the process of adapting or becoming used to a new situation. Recently in a grief support group that I facilitate one of the members mentioned that he used to stop by his wife’s grave every night on his way home from work. He added that for the past few weeks he has started to … Read More

Meet the Volunteers – The Center for Hope and Healing

Thursday, June 18, 2020

The Center for Hope and Healing is grateful for the many volunteers that make outreach to grieving individuals and families possible. Periodically we want to introduce some of these individuals to the reader as they are crucial parts of the team at the Center for Hope and Healing.  Our first featured volunteer is Cian O’Byrne. Cian is 19, the … Read More

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Selling Your Home After A Loved One Has Died in Residence

Friday, June 12, 2020

As a grief counselor, something I have found is that as people adjust to their loss over time, they find themselves going in new and unexpected directions. This is what happens when your life has had a major overhaul. Often times when a spouse dies, the other spouse’s needs change dramatically. One of these needs is related to their … Read More

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Faith and Grieving: A Study From the Book Of Job

Friday, June 5, 2020

Death can challenge the very foundations of one’s life. Assumptions about the nature of God (if you believe in God) and how life is supposed to operate can be shaken in the face of death. And death has the unique ability to refine the faith of persons willing to take up the task of reviewing … Read More

Serious Illness

I Loved Her Too Much To Watch Her Die

Thursday, May 28, 2020

In 1986 the movie, The Mosquito Coast, was released. There is a brief scene that has always ruminated with me and it offers an insightful message about the reaction some people have to the loss of a loved one. In the film, the main character, Allie Fox, is sharing with his young children about the … Read More

The Care’s Act and You

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

As a donor to charitable organizations like Midland Care, the CARES Act impacts your giving. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) was signed into law on March 27, 2020. We encourage you to contact your financial adviser with any questions you might have concerning the CARES Act and your finances. Above … Read More

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