Wellbeing

Wellbeing should mean health and happiness, in equal measure. But as we have learned over two decades at CaringBridge, it is, indeed, possible to find wholeness in each moment, even when physical health is not guaranteed. Wellbeing for many of the people who use CaringBridge is an ongoing process of physical, spiritual, emotional and relational betterment. It is an essential element of every health journey.

Kimberly and Hailey spread the word about CaringBridge around the world.
Wellbeing

Sharing CaringBridge with the World

“CaringBridge allowed both my parents to feel the love of others when they needed it most during this very difficult trial.” – Kimberly Wright For Kimberly Wright, CaringBridge was the lifeline her family needed after her father, Tom Ess, was diagnosed with colon cancer. How CaringBridge Helped CaringBridge made Tom’s health journey easier for his family… Read More

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The Pressure to Thank Everyone

When I was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, fibrosarcoma, the outpouring of support from family, dear friends, friends-of-friends, and even complete strangers was overwhelming. The Challenge to Thank Everyone I so genuinely wanted to express my appreciation for each gesture.  And yet the juggle of daily cancer treatment, a 7-month-old baby, and two… Read More

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Managing Grief During the Holidays

For those who are experiencing pain or loss, the holidays can be a sticky wicket. For the past few Christmases, my family has had to find ways to face the happiest time of year, during one of the darkest seasons – my husband’s battle with ALS. It’s been an imperfect process, but I hope our… Read More

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Preparing for the Unexpected. Two Things Everyone Should Do.

Nobody wants to think about end of life planning when they’re in the thick of things, picking up kids from daycare and planning family vacations. Additionally, nobody wants to think that they could need advance planning because of a tragic accident or an unexpected illness. However, if you could make things easier for those left… Read More

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The Best Decision I Could Make

Julia is an energetic almost five year old who is happy to have started kindergarten this fall. She loves playing with her little sister, running, laughing, singing and dancing. It’s hard to believe that she’s been through nearly three years of chemotherapy for acute lymphoblastic leukemia. She missed birthday parties, holidays, play dates and many… Read More

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The Healing Power of Nature

I’ve learned that nature has the power to heal anyone and that at some level we all need healing. Needing Healing When I returned from Iraq seven years ago, I felt isolated, thinking that few others, if anyone, other than those I served with, would understand what I had been through or how I was feeling…. Read More

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