Self-Guided Grief Resources for Hospice Care
Minnesota Hospice’s care team offers self-guided grief resources. Check back often as we add content periodically.
ARTICLES / STORIES
Today’s focus is having faith in the universe. I say, why not.
People look forward to the new year since it can represent a new beginning or a chance for one to do better than in the previous twelve months.
I couldn’t believe the words that were ringing in my ears as the doctor told us in the presence of our mother that she had 12 to 18 months to live.
When the Caregiver Wants More for the Care-Receiver
Often times we are caught up in the caregiving scenario that seems to bring demands on us and what may seem to be, ungratefulness.
You may feel uneasy about family disturbances today and powerless to do anything about them. Your concern for loved ones in trouble may urge you to take on their burdens, or you might experience conflicts that seem to have no solution.
Breath…center…release any care, worry or concern of yesterday, this moment or tomorrow. Just let go of anything that does not bring value to you right here in this sacred space of love and contentment.
Death Is My Adviser (5056 KB)
All people deserve love, compassion, and dignity at end-of-life. At Minnesota Hospice, we strive to empower people to live life as fully as possible on their terms. Our team is filled with experienced professionals dedicated to walking with you during this part of life’s sacred journey. We provide the highest level of hospice care possible to help people find meaning, purpose, love, and beauty in living before departing life peacefully.