Talking to Your Loved Ones about Final Wishes
February 14, 2023
It can be one of the most uncomfortable conversations we have but despite the certainty of death, many of us put off making plans to discuss final wishes with our loved one(s). Let’s face it, thinking about a loved one dying isn’t fun and can produce extreme discomfort. We plan for weddings, the birth of a child, education, careers, and retirement. Despite the conversations we have for these life events, rarely, if ever, do we have conversations or think about the final phase of our lives, until a crisis hits.
Hello, My Name is Erin Hutchins Johnson
May 17, 2022
My name is Erin Hutchins Johnson and I lived in the twin cities all my life until I moved to Nashville.
Helping Someone Who’s Grieving
July 8, 2022
Here are some practical and thoughtful things you can do to help support a grieving friend or family member.
Surviving the Holidays and Remembering Our Loved Ones
November 9, 2022
For those mourning the loss of a spouse, child, parent or other loved one, the holiday season can be filled with extreme sadness, stress and seem daunting. Whether it’s the first holiday without your loved one or it has been some time, the holiday season can be something you start dreading months before they arrive. Amid the hustle and bustle, twinkling lights and smiling faces, you witness others celebrating the holiday season and ask yourself, will I ever enjoy a holiday again? It’s completely normal to feel sad, lonely and disoriented during the holidays. You are not alone. For some, taking a break from the holidays can help but for others, staying involved serves as a symbol of life continuing and provides comfort. Here are some strategies that you can utilize over the next few weeks as we navigate the holiday season.
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