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 Why Create a Family Book of Memories? 

Granny was a WAVE in the United States Naval Reserve, better known under the acronym WAVES for Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service, was the World War II. She told stories about the most handsome enlisted seamen that walk past her desk.  He would always stop and […]

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19 Ways to Keep Your Memory Sharp!

Are you worried about keeping your memory sharp? Try a few of these… Walk faster Read a book by a new author Move your TV remote to a new location Rearrange your desk or kitchen Learn a few words of sign language Play a new game Eat […]

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10 Tips To How Adjust Your Life After a Death

My dear father passed away recently and I wrote this on my Facebook Page: “Yesterday was one of the most wonderful Memorial Days. My father, a veteran of WWII and the Korean Wars, passed away. I asked him once what he was most proud of in his […]

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10 Exciting Gifts for Seniors Available Via the Internet

~ By Karen Owen-Lee Seniors claim when it comes to gifts, “I have everything I need.” In their minds that might be true, however when their face lights up after they open a hand wrapped gift, it warms your heart. Notice, I said a hand wrapped gift. […]

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You and Your Difficult Aging Parent

sad senior citizen with daughter

  Julie, a client with an aging parent, was in tears. “I just cannot make my mother happy, she says I am awful and do not care about her.” Julie recently moved her mother into her home along with her husband and four children. Her mother had […]

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What Will Your Parents Do When They Need Help?

Start educating yourself and making choices as soon as possible. This research will help reduce your stress and give you the confidence to make an informed decision when the time comes. When a health crisis has happened to a loved one, many baby boomers come to me […]

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