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5 Most Popular Blogs of 2023

I know you’re busy ordering last-minute gifts  and prepping for the holidays, so I’ll keep this quick.

First, thank you from the entire EpioneMD team for reaching out, asking questions, and helping us better use our skills to support you!

Second, here are the 5 most popular blog posts of 2023 ✨. 

So grab a candy cane hot chocolate (or a gingerbread latte), sink into a comfy chair, and catch up with your favorite blogs of the year!

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#1. Five Ways to Respond to Repetitive Questions & Behaviors in Dementia

ASHWINI BAPAT, MD & LISA CATALANO, LICSW-ACHPSW

Loved ones with dementia often repeat questions, words, sounds, or behaviors as a result of memory loss. This is frustrating for caregivers who are often unsure of what is being communicated.  Here we offer 5 tips on how to respond. 

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#2. Your Hospice Questions, Answered

ASHWINI BAPAT, MD

I  know this is taboo, but let’s talk about the “H word” – Hospice. 

Maybe you’re wondering about hospice but are too afraid to ask, tried to ask your medical team about Hospice but kept hearing, “it’s too early for that”, or just wanted to know when hospice would be appropriate for your loved one, but found no one willing to answer their questions

Here, I answer the 7 most common questions. 

live fully with illness

#3. How to Live Fully with Illness

EPIONEMD COACHES

We know you’re doing your best to live well when illness affects your day-to-day.

In this series we’ll give you the tools to embrace the new you, cultivate hope when life hands you lemons, stop battling your worries (they’re not your enemy), and make better treatment decisions for you!

 

live fully with illness

#4. How to Talk to Your Kids About Your Health

CAITLIN BARAN, MD

Are you thinking about the future of your health and wondering how to talk with your kids about it?  Maybe you’re unsure what to talk to your kids about, you’ve tried but the conversation hasn’t gone anywhere, or you don’t know how to bring it up. 

That’s why we’re sharing 7 steps to make this conversation easier and less stressful. 

 

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#5. These 6 Activities Can Help You Process Grief (and get unstuck)

SARAH BYRNE-MARTELLI, DMIN BCC-PCHAC 

When we experience the death of a loved one, we grieve. We feel lonely and isolated. We feel overwhelmed by details to remember, or we feel stuck and frozen in our shock. We might feel crazy or forgetful or numb. We feel fine one day, and the next day feels unbearable.

When you’re stuck, try one of the six practices below. They’ll help you explore, and process your grief.

 

Now I’d love to hear from you! Which blog did you enjoy the most? 

Let us know in the comments below!

 

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Ashwini Bapat, MD is a board-certified Palliative Care and Hospice Physician, coach, and co-founder of EpioneMD. She completed her Internal Medicine Residency and Hospice & Palliative Medicine Fellowship at Yale University, before working at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School.She’s devoted to empowering caregivers so that they’re seen, heard, and supported.

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