Written by Darlene Robinson
By Darlene Hicks-Robinson
About five years ago a group of doctors who worked in a hospice put their heads and hearts together because they wanted to help their patients be in less pain and more comfortable, mentally and physically during the last days of their lives, without giving them more chemically based medications.They also believed in natural herbs that have helped some of these issues for thousands of years.
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Written by Regina Garvin-Buckley
by Regina Garvin-Buckley
12 years ago, June 8, 2009. I earned my wings. My name is Yolanda Garvin and this is my story told by my sister Regina Buckley.
That dreadful Monday morning in the parking lot of Parrish Medical Center, my place of employment. I was shot 7 times. All the shots were my upper body. His intent was to kill me and he did. That moment, my life ended and the lives of so many others were turned upside down.
I was mentally, emotionally and sexually abused. He degraded me, he talked about me being overweight, and he stripped me of all of my power. I began to question my self-worth, self-confidence, and my true purpose in life.
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