Original Post URL: http://cchlv.com/saying-goodbye/
It’s a fact. We are all going to die at some point in our lives, it’s only natural. Each person’s dying experience is unique. Some may struggle with regret and uncertainty, while others experience personal growth, forgiveness and inner healing. For those of us on the other side, we may have difficulty in finding the right words to say-for the last time. What to say and when to say it is a personal choice. There is no wrong or right way. Take time with your loved one and follow your heart.
Click on the link below to read an article written by Jill Smolowe on her experiences saying goodbye.
(CompassionCare Hospice offers support throughout the dying process not only to our patients but family members, loved ones and caregivers as well. Bereavement services offered up to 13 months)
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