How We Heal, a CaringBridge conversation on hope, help and healing, is a podcast collaboration between CaringBridge and End in Mind. CaringBridge is a nonprofit social network dedicated to helping family and friends communicate with and support loved ones during a health journey. End in Mind is a nonprofit dedicated to helping people achieve a level of comfort and mastery with uncomfortable conversations around death and dying. In this podcast, patients and family caregivers talk with Emmy-award winning journalist Cathy Wurzer about how they’ve found their own paths toward healing, regardless of health outcome. For more stories of healing, visit www.caringbridge.org/healing. For more information about End in Mind, visit www.endinmindproject.org.
In this episode of How We Heal, a podcast collaboration between CaringBridge and End in Mind, host Brigid Bonner and Emmy-award winning journalist Cathy Wurzer reflect on how CaringBridge user Caroline Wright has found her own path toward healing in cooking, writing and making "meaning" out of a life-changing diagnosis of brain cancer.
For more stories of healing, visit www.caringbridge.org/healing. For more information abo...
In this episode of How We Heal, a podcast collaboration between CaringBridge and End in Mind, host Brigid Bonner talks with Emmy-award winning journalist Cathy Wurzer about a framework for healing based on a person's ability to "belong, believe and be." The conversation centers on CaringBridge user Michael Bischoff, who said living with brain cancer offered a chance for healing, if not cure. Those who knew and loved Mic...
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