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ADEC is dedicated to educating professionals about death, dying and bereavement. Check out Barbara Rubel's webinar!

ADEC is dedicated to educating professionals about death, dying and bereavement. Check out Barbara Rubel's webinar!

Building Men Who Matter: On the Marvel and Mystery of Raising Teenage Boys. Derived from his dozens of years as a teacher and principal at Xaverian boys' schools across the country, Xaverian Brother James Kelly's new anthology offers invaluable insight, inspiration and encouragement to parents as they try to help their modern teenage boys become the bright, responsible, caring men that God wants them to be. Hardcover, 5.5 x 8.5, 320 pages. http://butlerbooks.com/bumenwhomaon.html

Building Men Who Matter: On the Marvel and Mystery of Raising Teenage Boys. Derived from his dozens of years as a teacher and principal at Xaverian boys' schools across the country, Xaverian Brother James Kelly's new anthology offers invaluable insight, inspiration and encouragement to parents as they try to help their modern teenage boys become the bright, responsible, caring men that God wants them to be. Hardcover, 5.5 x 8.5, 320 pages. http://butlerbooks.com/bumenwhomaon.html

Hospice volunteering! This is where I started my hospice career journey!!!

Hospice volunteering! This is where I started my hospice career journey!!!

There will be times when it seems like everything that could possibly go wrong is going wrong. And you might feel like you will be stuck in this rut forever, but you won’t. When you feel like quitting, remember that sometimes things have to go very wron

The “Zen” in our name reflects our approach of bringing mindfulness and compassion to our care for the dying, their caregivers, and the bereaved.  This approach is grounded in the 2,500 year-old teachings of the Buddha, especially as they relate to coping with death and dying. The Buddha taught that life is happiest for those who learn to meet change, loss, and the eventuality of death with equanimity and kindness.

The “Zen” in our name reflects our approach of bringing mindfulness and compassion to our care for the dying, their caregivers, and the bereaved. This approach is grounded in the 2,500 year-old teachings of the Buddha, especially as they relate to coping with death and dying. The Buddha taught that life is happiest for those who learn to meet change, loss, and the eventuality of death with equanimity and kindness.

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