Life After Paralysis Diagnosis

It can be easier to find articles and resources for how to cope with a paralysis diagnosis than it is to find ones on how the diagnosis affects the lives of the friends and family of someone that is paralyzed.  It is incredibly difficult to watch someone you love go from being active and healthy, to struggling to find themselves with […] Continue reading →

Loving Someone Who is Grieving

Seeing someone we love grieve often reminds us of our own grief, and can remind us in very visceral ways what it feels like to lose someone.  Grief can also affect people who did not personally experience a loss, because it’s hard to see people we love struggle with the pain.  We spoke to Susan Bryant about her experiences coping with […] Continue reading →

Movember: More than a Mustache

  As November rolls in, across the world men visit their local barber or pick up their razors and scrape their faces clean in anticipation of a now annual event that has crossed national and cultural lines: Movember.  What started as a small group of friends and colleagues in Australia has grown to become an […] Continue reading →

Explaining Palliative Care

Palliative care is a unique form of care, distinct from hospice, and an essential part of caregiving for those with long term, chronic, or terminal illness. The word hospice is bandied about today with little thought as to its actual purpose and its importance in the end of life care of individuals.  Palliative care, too often […] Continue reading →

Preventive Measures for Adolescent Suicidal Behavior

Adolescent-Suicidal-Behavior A Practical Guide for Pro-Active Detection and Prevention of Adolescent Suicidal Behavior One in five teens in the United States seriously considers suicide annually and suicide is the third leading cause of death in adolescents, according to the American Psychological Association. While many of the behaviors contained herein are that of any “normal” teenager, this […] Continue reading →