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CaringBridge.org Feb 21
"While researchers wrestle to define and capture “healing,” its power continues to mend hearts and souls—if not always bodies." - Measuring the Magic of Healing by CaringBridge CEO Liwanag Ojala
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CaringBridge.org Feb 21
3 yrs living w/ brain cancer that has an avg survival of 18 mo, Michael, a husband & dad, hopes for a cure & long life. But w/ little control over the outcome, his focus is on finding wholeness in each moment. Simply put: He has chosen to heal.
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CaringBridge.org Feb 21
Where's the first luge used by Greece in the Olympics? In St. Paul via
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CaringBridge.org Feb 21
Measuring the Magic of Healing via
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CaringBridge.org Feb 12
“As much as I don’t like the fact that I lost a child, it is exactly that … a fact. I cannot change it, no matter how hard I wish I could.” WATCH this video to see what Kat Schilling does with a few extra dollars to honor her son.
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CaringBridge.org Feb 9
“My Mom was a nurse, and the best caregiver ever. When I was on bed rest during a difficult pregnancy, she was there for me. And when my daughter Katie arrived, she and Mom became so very close.” -Betsy Bluey Cook
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CaringBridge.org Feb 8
As the begins, the family of Spiro Pina remembers how proudly he carried the Greek flag, competing in luge in 1994 & 1998, w/ a 6th place finish. 8 years after losing Spiro to cancer, his wife, mom & brothers still work to move forward.
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CaringBridge.org Feb 5
Random Acts of Kindness Week is Feb. 11 - 17. Tell us, what acts of kindness do you perform in honor of a loved one?
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CaringBridge.org Feb 5
"Four years ago today my son, Zach, went to heaven. He was 16. In an effort to find joy in this day, I am performing random acts of kindness in his honor." -Kat Schilling.
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CaringBridge.org Jan 29
Replying to @xtinaa82
Donations on CaringBridge keep our nonprofit service available at no cost. We strive for clear messaging like: "Make a donation to CaringBridge to keep this site up & running." Anyone who donates in error can call our CC team 651-789-2300 for a refund. Thank you for your feedback
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CaringBridge.org Jan 17
Replying to @Ryanwtking
Donation clarity is a priority that we strive for w/ messaging like "Make a donation to CaringBridge to keep this site up & running." If you/others have donated to CaringBridge in error, please call our CC team @ 651-789-2300 & we will issue a refund. Thank you for your feedback.
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CaringBridge.org Nov 30
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CaringBridge.org Nov 27
Eleven-year-old Gavin Pierson has lived through more surgeries than birthdays. His advice, "just keep fighting."
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CaringBridge.org Nov 26
Next in our series, meet Molly, full-time caregiver for her son, the young Mom admits she still holds a lot of things inside. “I’m one of those people who says everything is OK, all the time, even when it’s not.”
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CaringBridge.org Nov 20
Meet Tanya Bailey: After receiving a cancer diagnosis in late-summer 2016, Tanya needed to reduce her own stress, and began to see the benefits of bringing her work home with her.
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CaringBridge.org Nov 19
For our series, we asked family caregivers to talk about the struggles and gifts of caregiving. Hoping that they might help other families, caregivers shared these words of wisdom:
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CaringBridge.org Nov 17
Today, on World Prematurity Day, share these 5 helpful tips with a NICU parent today.
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CaringBridge.org Nov 16
WATCH: Peter Bailey, caregiver for his wife Tanya, says it's important to take care of yourself first, "put the oxygen mask on first, before you put it on someone else."
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CaringBridge.org Nov 15
Next in our series, meet Peter. “You start as a caregiver. If you don’t do it very well, you become a caretaker. If it gets worse, you become a resentful caretaker. I was really aware that I did not want to do that.”
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Hear from influencer who founded and created on 11/29 at
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