We all have bad days and good days, and we are all entitled to a little negative thinking or crankiness every once in a while.
Remember mastering the order of the colors of the rainbow in elementary school? A lot of us were introduced to Roy G. Biv to learn
If you are in a successful, lasting relationship, you understand that it requires commitment, compromise, and sacrifice. The happiest relationships are the ones where both
If you’re preparing meals for a senior who prefers carbs to carrots (and honestly – who doesn’t?), you could find it challenging to guarantee that
In his documentary about grief, George Shelley uses the analogy of glitter. Toss a handful of glitter into the air, and it’s going to settle
Are you finding the need to turn the television up louder for a senior you love? Speaking more loudly? Repeating things the senior loved one