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Coping with grief, loss and bereavement this holiday season

The holiday season is a time for loved ones and families to come together and celebrate. It can also however be a time that brings back painful memories of loss and bereavement. To help those who have suffered loss or bereavement , here is some basic advice on dealing with grief, loss and bereavement this holiday season:
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Give wings to your desire

Testicular cancer touched my life; I was 30 years old. That evening when the doctor came and said it is aggressive cancer and that they have to remove my right testicle my life shattered into million pieces.
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Make 2017 fantesticle: be nice to yourself

New year’s resolution repeating every year but do we really get there in the next year? And if not, why not? Thinking back to the times I’ve battled with cancer my “new year’s resolution” every day was: I just like to live a normal life again. Will I ever get there? And if not, why not?
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Movember – what’s it all about?

This month it’s all about flashing your stache and for the week we have chosen to raise awareness around Movember and in particular an organisation called love your nuts and their founder - Torsten Koehler.
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Going green and cutting costs

Since the recent installation of an eco-friendly electrical system, Helderberg Hospice is harnessing the power of the sun to keep the lights on and ensure critical medical equipment can work 24 hours a day.
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