by Rachel Gore The connection between mental and physical wellness cannot be understated, yet it’s not often that we stop to think about how closely related they actually are. Physical illnesses, injuries, ailments or conditions can bring
by Florence Murray Learning to swim is a matter of trust. Trusting your Mom or Dad not to let go, trusting the lifeguard to watch you swim to the side, trusting the other children not
In today’s world, it’s safe to say that smart devices have taken over. From smart locks and doorbells to smart lighting and robot vacuums, smart devices have even taken over the home. By making the
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Caring for a loved one who is going through a serious illness can be a rewarding experience in many ways. Caregivers often enjoy giving back to someone who once cared for them, with many saying that the experience increases meaning and purpose in life. A survey by the National Opinion Research Center found that 83 percent of caregivers viewed the experience as positive.
At some point, mom and dad start asking for or requiring some help. It may not seem like much at first, but eventually mom and dad really begin to need some assistance.