S2:E3: What Is Ambiguous Loss in Dementia Care?

You’re probably grieving, but don’t realize it. In this episode, I talk all about ambiguous loss and anticipatory grief—and why it’s okay to feel this way. I also throw in a small personal story to illustrate the example! Read the original post here: https://rachaelwonderlin.com/2019/03/26/ambiguousloss/ and learn more about my sponsor, Flying Angels, on flyingangels.com

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16 Things I Would Want If I Got Dementia

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