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Aging and dying parents, chronically ill family members, or those dying as accident victims each face death in a progressive manner, not a sudden manner. As a consequence, those family members or friends who are present to help their dying relative or friend pass-over ... die... are left in the confusion and uncertainty as to how to help their loved-one face that they are dying and how progress into their death as peacefully or positively as is possible..
Helping each dying person through doubt, anxiety, fear, confusion, disorientation, dementia like reactions, and saying goodbye is the focus of this radio program.
This radio show is dedicated to examining issues of 1) discussing death, 2) facing dying process, 3) yielding and not yielding into the dying process, 4) near-death-experiences and research, 4) visions of the dying, 5) steps to easing the anxiety of dying, 6) facing our own mortality as we assist our loved-one in their death, 7) morning the loss and absence, 8) facing guilt and regret, 9) optimizing the process of dying, 10) preparing for financial concerns, burial, funeral, 11) moving on.
Dr. Carol Francis, Clinical Psychologist with expertise in Body, Mind, Spirit issues including death, dying, and living life richly. 310-543-1824 for questions and appointments. For description of dying process, after-death experiences or near death experiences - firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Jeanne Burke, author of Get Busy Dying to Get Busy Living: A Workbook to Get Clear on Your Final Wishes. In this workbook she walks the reader through contemplating the questions in advance you are free to more fully live your life and pursue your dreams.
Jeanne has a master of Divinity from Naropa University in Boulder Colorado. She completed an internship with hospice while finishing her degree and discovered she had found her calling. After she earned her Master’s Degree, she completed a year-long Clinical Pastoral Residency in a hospice setting through the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education.
Jeanne has provided multifaith spiritual care within a hospice setting and the community; offering compassionate end of life care to terminally-ill patients, their families and loved ones.
Her approach is grounded in Buddhist thought and practice and a study of world religions from a contemplative perspective. Her work is informed on the approach developed by Richard Groves who wrote The Book of American Living and Dying, and views patient needs within spiritual care from the lens of forgiveness, relationship, meaning and hope.
Jeanne is active in the San Diego community. A passion of Jeanne’s is working with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) elders. She consults with senior and elder healthcare and housing providers, educating providers about the needs and experiences of LGBT elders.
Join us as we discuss the workbook and answer common questions you may have about preparing your final wishes.
David was diagnosed with a cardiac condition at the age of six. The condition was discovered after a trip to the ER and a profound near-death experience. During a follow up visit David collapsed and was pronounced dead by two physicians before coughing back to life. Growth during childhood would often led to agitation of the cardiac condition which would result in the loss of vital signs for a temporary time. The 'near-death' experience became a matter of regular routine for David and his family. At the age of 18, after a car collision which resulted in another 'near-death' experience David developed a case of 'retrograde amnesia.' The loss of memory was associated with the severe physical trauma he endured from the cardiac condition. He had recall of the 'trip to the light' from the car accident and would give testimony to family and friends. He family stated, "You died a 1000 times growing up so it is nothing we haven't heard before." The many near-death experiences led to mystical insights and experiences, including contact and communication with spirits of the departed. David spent five years acting as a medium and passing on messages to surviving members and friends of departed souls as well as communicating with the spirits of five personal young friends who had passed away. At the age of 28, David had a relapse of his childhood medical condition which led to another near-death experience. After a few months, all the mystical and spiritual memories were buried in the 'unconscious' mind. In recent years, the memories have returned again and David spends his time writing down, blogging and sharing his personal memories on the Internet.
My topic today, is Death, dying and grief. We say we believe in heaven as Christians, but do we really want to go there?
Do we really want our loved ones to go there when they die?
Do we get angry at God for taking people there?
Grief? Can we be healed?
Suffering, why must we suffer??
Have you lost a loved one lately? How did you cope?
Psalm 116:15 KJV Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his saints.
People have asked me what I think happens after someone dies, whether they are righteous or wicked, what happens to the soul of each and what will be their eternal inheritances. I have also been asked about how long is it necessary to have repented from ones wicked ways in order to find oneself counted among the elect and those whom inherit salvation?
In this show I will share with you, my thoughts on these and other topics associated to this wisdom. I will tell you from scripture why I think the way that I do and share with you insight from the patriarchs which also helped shape my perspective on these topics. I know that the things that I will share in this show, most of you may have not read or heard about and so many may disagree with my assessment, however the Father and Son know it won't be the first time and certainly will not be the last that people disagree with my discernment. Yahushuah bless you all...
Dr. Kristine Kevorkian holds a doctorate in thanatology, the study/science of death and dying. She worked as a hospice social worker for many years, and a deputy coroner. Dr. Kevorkian has received certificates of recognition for Outstanding Social Work Service from political figures in California. Kristine managed to come full circle in researching, defining and protecting the terms "environmental grief" and "ecological grief." This research allows her the opportunity to c
Although death in an inevitable part of life, few of us know just what to do or say or how to find the support we need when we are nearing the end of our lives and saying our final goodbyes. Dying Well is an informative, supportive, and reassuring radio program designed to teach you more about your choices and resources and what to expect during this last stage of survival.
Join us on The 18:21 Speak Life Radio Show w/ Hosts DaVon & Kia.. We start @ 9pm est.. Our topic: "Help!!!,Im dying.....in the CHURCH".. Our guest: Pastor Veryl Howard, Evangelist.Cherry Washington,Pastor Andre Crittenden, Comedian Mark Paul Gregory and Ms.Brandy McElrath. Hear the show LIVE!!!!! Log onto www.1821speakliferadio.com or you can dial 646-381-4443. To listen and or TALK LIVE!!!!!
A show dedicated to "True Life Experiences," - Dying/Death with Roz Coney - Raw and Uncut!
Our goal is to Motivate and Inspire the Next Generation (MINGX), through True Life Experiences. What makes your life motivating and inspiring?
Come, share your life experiences with MINGX - LIVE on PrimeTime, BlogTalk Radio.
Tune in with Saul Ravencraft and David Marsh for a discussion with hospice nurse, Becki Hawkins, on death and dying. There is a lot of controversy about what causes hauntings. One of the theories is that deaths that are violent or filled with fear create these circumstances. With that in mind how people approach the end of their life and how we care for them in their final days should matter a great deal. Saul will discuss Becki’s experiences and thoughts on the matter.
In 1998, Judy Brizendine's husband of twenty-nine years died suddenly on a mountain bike ride, and her grief journey changed her life, perspective, and career forever.
Because she was painfully unprepared to face grief—just as most of us are—she is committed to easing your struggle to understand and deal with grief. Her goal is to meet you wherever you are, and connect with you in such a way that you will know that you can make it through this experience and discover a new sense of hope and direction.
Her STUNNED by Grief books gently guide you through the chaos and confusion of grief in a realistic, revealing, personal, and practical way. Readers facing grief and loss have discovered a source of sanity, solutions, validation, and life-changing support in STUNNED by Grief.
Author Karen Speerstra goes Online With Andrea to discuss her personal sacred experiences as a current patient in hospice care which is shared in her upcoming book The Divine Art of Dying (Divine Arts Media 2014 Spring Release) which is co-authored with Herbert Anderson. Hosted by Andrea R. Garrison.