Saturday February 24th 2018

The long goodbye: Coping with sadness and grief before a loved one dies

For years before her death at age 96, Nancy Lundebjerg’s mother underwent a long, slow decline. Arthritis made it hard for Margaret Lundebjerg to get around. After two hip surgeries, she needed a walker when she was out and about.

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The long goodbye: Coping with sadness and grief before a loved one dies

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