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Dad’s ashes can be divided up, if the children prefer that option: Ethically Speaking

The process of dividing ashes does not have to be distasteful.

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Lonely woman

When caregiving ends

Caregivers cannot be caregivers forever. Getting “back on track” is difficult but vital after a loss.

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Mental health report warns of caregiver stress, suicide rates.

A new study aims to “paint a fuller picture of mental health in Canada.”

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Supreme Court allows doctor-assisted suicide in specific cases.

The Supreme Court’s ruling revisited the controversial and emotional issue of assisted suicide.

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Life after caregiving.

Caregiving is an emotional roller-coaster ride and will continue to be even after the caregiving journey ends. Grief, guilt, resentment, and loneliness may be familiar feelings but they can affect you in new and unexpected ways after the caregiving process is over. Depending on the end of your journey, whether the loved one you cared […]

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Recognizing the Signs of Holiday Depression in Older Adults

Learn the Signs of Depression in Seniors.

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Hospice: The Gentle Goodbye

She was entrusting me to help her live her last days in comfort and dignity.

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David Silver, 78, dies on porch after hospital release on -37 C night

Winnipeg senior released from hospital in slippers, given cab slip to get home

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Couple’s double suicide underscores struggles for elderly

Suicides becoming more common among elderly, mental health experts say.

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My grandfather

Remembrance Day

I will wear my poppy proudly all day on the 11th.

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