Caregivers deserve to have fun, too – here’s how

It is a sad fact but while people are partying and celebrating during the holiday season, some people are especially put under stress at this time of the year that can lead to burn out and depression. … [Read more...]

When people are having a melancholic Christmas

‘Tis the season to be jolly but not everybody is celebrating/has something to celebrate this Christmas. There are many reasons why people are melancholic rather than merry this Christmas. Let us look … [Read more...]

Why Get Organized?

Have you ever wanted everything around you to stop for a period of time, say a day, week month or longer, just so that you could get a handle on all that you have to do? Wouldn't that be the best … [Read more...]

A Recipe For Life

Well, it’s that time again. Time for A Recipe For Life. My goal, as always, is to provide you with delicious recipes that are healthy, inexpensive and simple. It used to be that the healthy part was … [Read more...]

Caregivers Corner-Keep a Journal

From the time I was about 9 or 10 years old, my mother encouraged me to keep a journal (well, she called it a diary).  Although I always enjoyed writing, I never understood why she bugged me so much … [Read more...]

How Alzheimer’s Caregivers Grieve

  I talked with a friend yesterday. She could relate to the paradox of caregiver grief.  Being sad, on one hand, as she watches the disease slowly takes her mother away and on the other hand, being … [Read more...]

Stages 3 and 4 Alzheimer’s Disease-Caregiver Response

Last week I talked about how to know if it's Alzheimer's disease and I ended the segment on Thursday with a discussion about stages one and two.  I promised that, for this week, I'd finish up the … [Read more...]

Caregiver’s Corner – Get Some Exercise

If you are like most caregivers who are battling Alzheimer's disease, you are so tired that the very thought of driving to a gym, waking early to exercise, or taking time to put in an exercise tape … [Read more...]

Caregiver’s Corner–Get HELP

While college students plan their parties and high school students consider their weekend options; while your coworkers give thought to what movie they'll see this weekend and family members consider … [Read more...]

Battling Diabetes In Children

What Is Type I Diabetes? Type I Diabetes is a disease that affects people at any age, any time. It is also known as Juvenile Diabetes because it is most often seen in children and young adults … [Read more...]

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