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This is a quick and easy method of doing debt collections WITHOUT PHONE CALLS. You'll be rolling your eyes when you find out how easy it is so I've also included tips to improve cash flow and how to keep the customer happy. To find out if this simple collection method is for you, answer these quick questions: 1. Are you embarrassed to call your customers and ask for your money? 2. Are you afraid to lose your customers if you do collections? 3. Do you want to continue doing volunteer/charity work or making product donations to your customers? 4. How much money do your customers owe you? It is important to remember that doing collections isn't just about getting paid, it's also about keeping your customer happy so they want to continue doing business with you.
The editors of "Making Sense of Death: Spiritual, Pastoral, and Personal Aspects of Death, Dying and Bereavement" provide stimulating discussions as they ponder the meaning of life and death.This anthology explores the process of meaning-making in the face of death and the roles of religion and spirituality at times of loss; the profound and devastating experience of loss in the death of a spouse or a child; a psychological model of spirituality; the dimensions of spirituality; humor in client-caregiver relationships; the worldview of modernity in contrast to postmodern assumptions; the Buddhist perspective of death, dying, and pastoral care; meaning-making in the virtual reality of cyberspace; individualism and death; and the historical context of Native Americans, the concept of disenfranchised grief, and its detailed application to the Native American experience.It also explores: a qualitative survey on the impact of the shooting deaths of students in Colorado; a team approach with physicians, nursing, social services, and pastoral care; a study of health care professionals, comparing clergy with other health professionals; marginality in spiritual and pastoral care for the dying; a qualitative research study of registered nurses in the northeast United States; and loss and growth in the seasons of life.
"Where am I?" he asked as he awoke in the old familiar bed with the metal bars next to his side. The young, weathered brunette nurse slipped the old familiar plastic mask over his face, allowing the oxygen to flow through and into his lungs."Hey there, you're back with me. Remember me?" she asked as she brushed her sweat filled hair away from her sticky cheeks with a smile, then stroked his clammy forehead. "Again? Thought we broke up already." he sighed with despair, trying to attempt a lighthearted joke to her. "Well, I guess you're going to have to do a better job of that next time, Mr. Miles." The nurse said back."Who's my doctor this time?" he asked."It's a SHE this time. Dr. Laurane. She just finished her cancer residency so she's new, but we will break her in, won't me Mr. Miles?" the nurse said with sadden adoration through eyes filled will tears only she could feel."Well, if she needs practice, I'll have plenty of it for her, won't I?" he laughed through the coughs. "Did I ever tell you I use to know someone named Laurane? She was a great friend. We would stay up talking to each other on the phone for nights on end. But that my child was a lifetime ago."Follow the tales of cancer patient Benjamin Miles as he relives the greatest love story he knows. The love of falling for his best friend, Cassandra..Washing away the tears is always the hardest part. The most painful chore...But falling for her is always so easy. Dear Heart, this time it's different, I know it will be. Dear Heart, I fell in love again.....
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