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Hospital workers find solace in pausing after a death

Hospital workers find solace in pausing after a death

"The Pause" movement. Powerful words. People forget we are human. How many others go to work, watch someone die, and then be expected to go right back to the tasks at hand? The Pause indeed. A small moment of time for us to be human. To grieve in some small way before we go on with our day. Yes, we are human, please don't forget that.

"The Pause" movement. Powerful words. People forget we are human. How many others go to work, watch someone die, and then be expected to go right back to the tasks at hand? The Pause indeed. A small moment of time for us to be human. To grieve in some small way before we go on with our day. Yes, we are human, please don't forget that.

This issue brief defines trauma, then discusses the trauma foster kids may go through and how caregivers and social workers should be ready to help.

This issue brief defines trauma, then discusses the trauma foster kids may go through and how caregivers and social workers should be ready to help.

PETA Asia's undercover investigation reveals that dogs are bludgeoned and killed so that their skin can be turned into leather gloves, belts, jacket collar trim, cat toys, and other accessories. metal pinchers before bashing them over the head with a wooden pole, rendering some unconscious but leaving others to writhe in agony with severe head trauma. Workers cut the animals' throats and drain their blood before throwing their bodies onto a pile, where some of the dogs still struggle to…

PETA Asia's undercover investigation reveals that dogs are bludgeoned and killed so that their skin can be turned into leather gloves, belts, jacket collar trim, cat toys, and other accessories. metal pinchers before bashing them over the head with a wooden pole, rendering some unconscious but leaving others to writhe in agony with severe head trauma. Workers cut the animals' throats and drain their blood before throwing their bodies onto a pile, where some of the dogs still struggle to…

When people hear you’re going into labor (and by people I mean friends, family, neighbors, co-workers, etc.), everyone will be dying to meet the brand-new baby. Forget how exhausted you are or if you’re recovering from any kind of birth trauma: it’s all about the baby. You? No one cares.

When people hear you’re going into labor (and by people I mean friends, family, neighbors, co-workers, etc.), everyone will be dying to meet the brand-new baby. Forget how exhausted you are or if you’re recovering from any kind of birth trauma: it’s all about the baby. You? No one cares.

Twenty five year follow-up for breast cancer incidence and mortality of the Canadian National Breast Screening Study: randomised screening t...

Twenty five year follow-up for breast cancer incidence and mortality of the Canadian National Breast Screening Study: randomised screening t...

You just received a long-awaited promotion. Excited about the news, you begin to share with a group of friends. As you’re basking in the moment, sharing all of the perks and new opportunities, you are interrupted by “Debbie Downer.” She quickly begins sharing how she has heard the position is not al

You just received a long-awaited promotion. Excited about the news, you begin to share with a group of friends. As you’re basking in the moment, sharing all of the perks and new opportunities, you are interrupted by “Debbie Downer.” She quickly begins sharing how she has heard the position is not al

"Here is the opportunity: in a moment of stillness we can recognize that through age and experience, through trauma and healing, through successes and failures there remains within us the same wonder that was revealed in our initial recognition of being... We may still fight for what we love, and resist what we think to be destructive, but we are no longer owned by those things that come and go. We are free in the midst of all that has changed and all that will change."

"Here is the opportunity: in a moment of stillness we can recognize that through age and experience, through trauma and healing, through successes and failures there remains within us the same wonder that was revealed in our initial recognition of being... We may still fight for what we love, and resist what we think to be destructive, but we are no longer owned by those things that come and go. We are free in the midst of all that has changed and all that will change."

Nurses: Women “Fabricating” Birth Trauma? | Medical staff responding to the typical denial of birth trauma by birth workers

Nurses: Women “Fabricating” Birth Trauma? | Medical staff responding to the typical denial of birth trauma by birth workers

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