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Pathways Staff

Should My Loved One Be Driving?

That’s a loaded question and one that doesn’t have an easy answer. If you have an elderly loved one in palliative care in Alameda County and elsewhere and they have been exhibiting concerning behaviors behind the wheel, it may be…

When End of Life Care is Finished

Losing a spouse after a long battle in hospice can be draining, overwhelming, sad, and stressful. You may have spent the last several months or even years helping your beloved spouse through their illness and now they are gone and…

Participant Survey Quotes

Group Evaluations: “Both therapists are excellent group facilitators. They take genuine interest in their group clients. They are great listeners and strong communicators while moving forward in this grief journey.” DK “Our group is becoming more intimate and supportive as…

A Broken Heart and the Will to Live

Losing someone you love can feel like the end of the world. You may feel as if your heart is actually breaking. Generally, “heartbreak” refers to an emotional state that people attribute to the physical symptoms of being broken-hearted. But…
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