Moore suggests several solutions for dealing with depression during the holidays. None are easy, but all are possible. • Start new traditions but don’t throw out the old ones. Keep as many of those as you can. • Accept invitations to events and then attend them. Interacting with people can be difficult, but do it. • Include a place at the dinner table for the missing person. • Don't use alcohol or drugs to deal with emotional pain.
The genuine nature of these ladies who are learning at an early age that all of this is bigger than any one of us, and to find the time to give others gifts that are born from their own hands is impressive indeed. This time of the year, many are seeking a path to peace and gestures of kindness such as this help pave the way.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – Asera Care Hospice honored veterans at Bornemans Retirement Community in Green Bay. Twenty-four veterans were thanked for their service at a pinning ceremony Friday. Each veteran received a pin and a certificate. Asera Care says these kinds of ceremonies are important, so they hold as many as they can throughout the community.
Aseracare Hospice – Allentown has been selected for the 2016 Best of Allentown Award in the Hospice category by the Allentown Award Program.
AseraCare Hospice – Pittsburgh has been selected for the 2016 Best of Pittsburgh Award in the Hospice category by the Pittsburgh Award Program.
Through the Dream Foundation, a wish organization for terminally ill adults with less than a year to live, Fruge, 57 of Kearney, an esophageal cancer patient, said he made the memory of a lifetime with his wife of four years, Jane, 55, when the couple flew to Boston to watch the Red Sox play.