- April 30th, 2014
“How torturing it must be! Can she feel the pain?” I asked my son, as my mother was kept on a ventilator. “Probably not, since she’s in coma and the brain hemorrhage is severe,” he said.Finding dignity and peace in letting goBy Anjali Ghanekar, PhD
- June 30th, 2013
Can you remember a time in your life when you thought your heart was going to break? Can you remember feeling that sensation often referred to as “heartache”? It may have felt as if an elephant were sitting on your chest, or that you couldn’t breathe.Breaking down the wall around your heartBy Bradley Nelson, DC
- January 1st, 2009
A year after her mother’s death, Donna Franklin’s tailbone started hurting—just like it did in the days following her mother’s funeral. “The emotional grief I was holding on to for that year lay heavy in my heart and finally began to surface as physical pain in my sacrum,” says the 50-year-old from Buda, Texas.
By Nicole Duncan