My mother a very private person wasn’t so accepting of Hospice care from the onset knowing what it connotes. Finally when it was really needed she was more accepting of it and the care was wonderful and comforting to her. After her passing I was offered Grief Counseling for which I initially declined. When I finally decided to “give it a try”, I found it most meaningful and helpful to me after the loss of my Mom.
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