Dealing With The Vulnerabilities Of Our Aging Loved Ones

As the older loved ones in our lives continue to age, we may start to notice more and more worrying signs than were there before. At first, we may have an urge to downplay or sideline the threats we perceive, but it’s important to stop and check-in and make sure we’re not ignoring major vulnerabilities or, more serious yet, cries for help. Picture Source The risk of illness When we’re … [Read more...]

Partner Post: 3 Things To Remember When Your Parent Has Alzheimer’s

Our parents are our rock. It is from them that we learned the fundamental life lessons that have carried us into (hopefully) a healthy, happy and productive adulthood. Although we took them for granted in our younger years (what kid doesn’t) as we grew older and wiser we became more and more cognizant of the sacrifices that they have made for us and the hard work that they put in to shape us into … [Read more...]