I always begin my shift praying for the patients here, and their families, and my husband and the children, and this city, and my town, and my brother and his family, and my husband’s sisters and their families, and my … Continue reading

Doula of Death

Any chaplain, or even any counselor, will tell you the training is intense. Well, the good ones will say that. The bad ones won’t notice. You’re not only learning rules and techniques and interventions and styles and theories and mad … Continue reading