rachel remen

“Being whole doesn’t mean being more than who you are this very moment. It means being who you are this very moment.  It means accepting the parts of yourself that used to make you ashamed, or feel small. These are the parts of yourself that will allow you to connect to other people, allow you […]

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… is the most important thing we do as we accompany the seriously ill and dying. We have found Frank Ostaseski’s work helpful, in particular his use of Rachel Naomi Remen’s distinctions on serving, helping and fixing.

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