Books To Have On Hand In An Emergency

May 18th, 2013 by admin

The most important books to have on hand in an emergency are a first-aid guide and an emergency preparedness book. The most common emergency to encounter is a medical one. Do you know how to handle basic medical problems? What if you were unable to reach help right away? In this world, we have to take responsibility for ourselves. We have to be as prepared as we can for every situation.

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Learning Not To Blame Yourself For The Death

March 23rd, 2013 by admin

When a loved one dies, pain, grief, and confusion often ensue for those who are left to live without the company of the person. Death itself can be a confusing concept for humans. One day, a person can be laughing, smiling, and enjoying life, and the next day could be his or her permanent end. People often blame themselves for the death of family members and beloved friends, thinking that if they had just done a few things differently, that (more…)

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Signs To Look For in A Loved One

June 15th, 2012 by admin

Nobody wants to die, but what do we do when a loved one is suffering and believes death would be better than there current situation? In most states and countries around the world, euthanasia is illegal. Each year cases are brought to our attention that question whether or not allowing a person the right to die is ethical.

Most of us know someone who at some point was suffering with a severe, terminal illness. That person (more…)

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How To Start an Organization To Help With Suicide

June 3rd, 2012 by admin

Starting an organization to help with suicide is one of the best ways that you can make a difference in the world. Unfortunately, not everyone knows how to start an organization that can help with suicide.

Here are some ways to start an organization to help with suicide:

Set up a website: This is probably one of the cheapest ways to start an organization. You can allow emails into your inbox, and respond to them to try and comfort the people who are considering suicide. You can also write (more…)

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The 7 Stages of Grief; From Denial To Acceptance

June 2nd, 2012 by admin

The seven stages of grief describe the process that people commonly go through upon experiencing a loss. First, people may feel disbelief or shock upon discovering a loss or death. During this stage, people may tend to not believe facts regarding the matter and may even try to prove the facts wrong.

The second stage, denial, is usually brief and is characterized by a refusal to accept the situation. The third stage, bargaining, is a common reaction to loss. People in this stage wish the loss could (more…)

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How Love Languages Effect The Mourning Process

May 30th, 2012 by admin

Mourning is an emotive process. Like all other emotions, the way one deals with mourning is greatly affected by their love language. When someone losses a loved one, they grieve because they feel a sense of loss at the closeness they shared with the departed. The nature of the relationship with the departed is determined by the love language shared between the two. There are four love languages and most people in a relationship will respond to a combination of two or more. A love language is only shared between two people who are close.

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Showing Sympathy To The Different Love Languages

May 26th, 2012 by admin

Losing a loved one is a traumatic experience. The feelings of emptiness, pain and sometimes even guilt over unresolved issues can be overwhelming for even the strongest person. The grieving process is amplified when one watches a loved one suffer through the pain of sickness and inability. The option of euthanasia is surrounded by many moral and ethical issues but, it is the reserve of a loved one to make the choice after considering the medical and personal implications. Suffice is to say that whether euthanasia is a decision made or not, those left behind struggle with loss.Didn’t (more…)

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