Hello, I just got off the phone with Hospice. I did not know the kind of help they offered besides to the really sick. But, they have a whole grief counseling center. And it does not cost a penny. I am going to start an individual conseling on April 10 and then they have a grief group that starts on May 7. So to all of my motherless or whatever your loss is. It is there free help. Because I can not go on my own anymore. I was very lucky my husband actually found this for me.Tell you what kind of shape Iam in. That my husband picked up the phone and made tons of calls and actually found some help for me. I guess maybe iam worse than even I relized. I have been into Urgent Care twice this week for migraines and still today I wake up with one. Well enough drugs for me. I have to figure this one out. And I pray that I found the right place to do it. I know why I have only donated to Hospice, I was allways trying to pay them back for the help they gave my grandmother. And it is me who they are going to help, how irronic. I would have never imagined that I would need Hospice befor being on my dying bed. Well I hope this information helps at least one person. To all of you my heart is with you. Hole and all. Shelly
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