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The Langley Hospice Society is committed to providing emotional, practical and spiritual support for people who are living with a terminal illness, their family and friends, throughout the last stages of illness, at the time of death and bereavement.


Langley Hospice Society is pleased to present the Celebrate a Life memorial wall, a place where those we love are remembered.

This section is made up of writings from people who have experienced the loss through death of someone they love. In their grief journey, it has helped them to share the story of their loss. Some of the pages end with a way for you to connect directly with them.

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In addition to palliative care and support for people facing life-threatening illnesses, Langley Hospice Society programs include much-needed, individual and group grief support programs, for children, teens, adults and families; education; advocacy; volunteer training; a resource library; day camps and a summer camp for grieving children and teens. Programs are FREE of charge. Langley Hospice also operates their Second Story Treasures Thrift Store in Walnut Grove, open Tuesday to Saturday. For more information regarding the Langley Hospice Society, please visit:
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Langley Hospice Society6 days ago
Sharing part of a poignant post from Brené Brown who was speaking to the significant number of COVID deaths in the US, and how the #'s "...often seem too big to get our heads and hearts around" she shared the following, which we felt spoke to what many of us are feeling, here as well:

"The loss seems incomprehensible. But as our friends, family, and neighbors reckon with their grief, and do so without funerals and many of the important witnessing rituals that are part of our healing, it's important to remind them that they are seen, loved, and not alone."

and a quote from David Kessler:
“Each person's grief is as unique as their fingerprint. But what everyone has in common is that no matter how they grieve, they share a need for their grief to be witnessed. That doesn't mean needing someone to try to lessen it or reframe it for them. The need is for someone to be fully present to the magnitude of their loss without trying to point out the silver lining.” —David Kessler
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Langley Hospice Society1 week ago
“There are really only two stages of grief: who you were before and who you are after.

Grief changes us. And, it's nothing we ever get over. It’s something we carry forward forever.”

Ted Rynearson, M.D. is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of Washington, a practicing clinical psychiatrist, and a consultant to the Survivors of Violent Loss Program.

For more from Ted, visit:

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