The article, “A Case for Watching Time of Death”, by Rev. Dr. Martha R. Jacobs
“We don’t always have the luxury of being able to manage our death, but there are options other than aggressive treatment that may be more appropriate for us — depending on whether quality of life or quantity of life is more important to us.”
Certification in Grief Counseling
This is a good blog to remind people of the importance of not avoiding the topic of death with our loved ones. These are themes and questions that cannot be answered after they are gone and in some cases, not comfortable conversation when the person is sick or terminally ill.
A heatlhy respect for death teaches us that we live today and should do what is needed. Grief counselors encourage a healthy discussion of death among family members. When we have a morbid phobia of death, it can cause problems later.
The blogger encourages people to watch “Time Of Death”, a documentary about this subject to help open up people and their eyes to the reality of death for themselves and their loved ones.
If you would like to take grief counseling courses, then please review the site and blog. Overall, there are four courses in the grief counseling program. After completion of those courses, a qualified professional is eligible for certification in grief counseling. If you have any questions, please let us know.
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