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  • Dealing With Death Dealing With Death Billie Holiday sang, “I’ll be seeing you in all the old familiar places that this heart of mine embraces all day and through”. That’s exactly how it is when we lose a loved one to death. We see them everywhere that we spent time with them. A song, a smell, or even a recipe ... Read More
  • Dealing With Loss Dealing With Loss In my last blog, I talked about dealing with aging. Now, we are going to talk about dealing with losses as you age. Studies have shown that many older adults fear losing independence more than they fear death. Old age can be seen as a chain of losses both gradual and sudden. ... Read More
  • Dealing With Aging Dealing With Aging Jonathon Swift said that, “Every man desires to live long, but no man desires to be old.” Isn’t that the truth? When you’re young, you just can’t wait to be an adult, make your own decisions and come to that time in your life when you can retire, kick up your heels, and just ... Read More
  • December 1st- Alzheimer's December 1st- Alzheimer's How many times have you walked in a room to do something only to forget what it is you wanted to do? Imagine this happening every day, all the time. Imagine forgetting your loved one's names and faces. Alzheimer’s is a physical disease that affects the brain where over time ... Read More