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You may know others who could benefit from visiting the Journey of Hearts site.
If you want to recommend this page to a friend,
or send the site information to yourself as a reminder, simply fill in the e-mail address
of your friend(s), your name, e-mail address, and an optional message.
Use it & Recommend it
My hope is that visitors to the site will find
the information helpful and help to spread the word about this resource
so that others might find it. We have received e-mails of thanks from physicians,
nurses, social workers, clergy, psychologists, social workers and highway
patrol who have found the site and are passing on the information to those
who are grieving. I would like to see medical & nursing students, nurses
and physicians-in-training use the site, find it helpful in the losses
encountered during training and then recommend it to their patients and
colleagues, as an online prescription for healing from loss.
Include the Journey with your next Sympathy
Include the URL for Journey of Hearts with you
sympathy cards of messages of condolence, to provide a resource for your
friends, family or loved ones that is alwasy available and privately accessible.
Journey of Hearts is resource to use, available at any time 24/7, even
in the middle of the night.
When you are thinking about sending someone a
sympathy card, tell them about the website. Not only will you be sending them your feelings of
condolence, but also you will be sending them a link to a resource that can help them through the
grieving process. The next time you send a sympathy card, include the URL
for Journey of Hearts, www.journeyofhearts.org. This way you can provide
a resource to help with the loss, along with your sympathy.
Please join us on the journey as often as needed.
We hope you learn something new, and are closer to reaching a place of healing after each visit
to the site. We hope you found something within this site that was beneficial
for you, which helped you during your journey through the Transition phase.
It is the friends you can call
up at 4 a.m. that matter.
See the Emergency
911 Page for links to immediate resources
if you are feeling helpless,
hopeless, overwhelmingly depressed, or suicidal.
| A Healing Place
| Loss & Grief
| Emergency Pick-Me-Ups
| Condolence & Sympathy
| Transitional Medicine
| Butterflies & Blazes
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