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In my article: I address the issue of what the days leading up to ones death might be like. Your article – so well put – brings clarity and comfort to those of us whose loved ones have slipped away. Thank you.

Caring with Confidence

by Valerie Hartman

This holiday season, as our own hospice team makes visits in our community, we are particularly attentive to families losing loved ones on or near the actual date of a holiday.

Hospice workers carry a humble respect for the feelings that come with holiday loss.

Whether death occurs on a holiday or not, it is often common for the death date, the time of death, or the circumstances around the moment  of death, to signify a meaning that is personal and symbolic to the family.

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