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What to say, and what NOT to say, to someone who is terminally ill

One year ago, my husband’s sister, Ksana, was diagnosed with a brain tumour. She was operated on, and was given a year to live. The doctors were right, and she passed away a few weeks ago. When someone is dying

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How Do You Write Condolences?

                                    How do you express condolences? Often, writing condolences is very difficult. You may not know what to say, or how to say it.

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Problem solving—the easy way

Things are never too hard For a few seconds, it all seemed too hard. I had five articles to write last week, none of which I’d started, and it was clear that I should fly down to Melbourne and spend

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Christmas Gifts For You

Alex update My Gifts to you this Christmas Helping Alex News for 2016   Alex Update: Thank you everyone for asking about how Alex is. If you didn’t see the story of what happened to my youngest son, it is

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