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You may find that big changes in your life—like a move to a retirement residence— can stir up a mixture of emotions that can make you feel ... Continue Reading >
When my father was 83 years old, he told me that he still felt like he did when he was in his 40’s. He exclaimed, “Then I walk ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Seniors
As an adult child, having conversations with a parent about their finances can trigger difficult emotions. You may approach them because ... Continue Reading >
If you were to ask an adult child if they would like their parent to have companionship in their later years, he or she would likely say ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Seniors
When I ask people whom they think will help them when they get older, without hesitation most answer “my children.” It’s true that adult ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Seniors
The holidays can result in more time spent together as a family than typical at other times of the year. During these family gatherings, ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Caregivers
A few years ago, I stumbled upon the song “Closing Time” by Semisonic, and found it acknowledged the emotional complications of life ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Caregivers
When we hear the term “wellness,” it may conjure up the image of someone who is physically active and eating a healthy diet. Yet, wellness ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Seniors
There is a societal mindset that many people share in that I believe can interfere with making good decisions about where and how to live ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Caregivers
Most adult children want to be supportive of their older parents as they decide what they want as they age. Should they stay in their own ... Continue Reading >
Categories: Advice for Caregivers

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