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For those with relatives, friends, or coworkers in the military:
When Someone You Love is Deployed, by Susan Dunn.
Having someone you love deployed, whether child, partner, relative or close friend, is extremely stressful (Read the rest of the article here)
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End of Life/Hospice Care

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End of Life/Hospice

Grieving and Healing Resources, by Robin Nobles.  When a child dies, and after the funeral is over, parents, relatives, and close friends often don't know what to do with themselves. As the days pass after the funeral, that seems to be when grieving parents feel their despair the most. Yet, life, in its cruel way has gone on, and parents are forced to try to figure out how to continue their lives without their beloved child. (Click here to read the rest of the article)

Books on End of Life/ Hospice Care from Amazon.com


Textbook of Palliative Nursing , by Ferrell & Coyle (2001)


Research in Palliative Care: Methodologies and Outcomes , by Portenoy & Bruera (2003)


Palliative Care for Non-Cancer Patients , by Addington-Hall Higginson (2001)

Palliative Care Nursing- Quality Care To the End of Life , by Laport et al. (2001)