Dementia and How It Can Affect Your Family A Guest Post by Gary Simmons

Watching a parent or loved one slowly succumb to dementia is painful and emotional. It often begins with subtle changes such as forgetfulness, but, in order for you to detect that it is in fact dementia, there must be two types of impairment. The challenge is the fact that these tend to be very subtle […]

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Mindful self-care for caregivers a guest post by Kristen Heller

  Providing care for a family member is an act of love and dedication. When you enter the journey of caregiving (be it voluntarily or by default, suddenly or gradually), your life will change. There are so many things to learn and practice, but among the essentials would be how you as a caregiver can—and […]

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Emergency Alert When the Caregiver is Not Around A Guest Post by Reviews Bee

  Long-distance caregiving  has become a rather common phenomenon in the world and this inability to be physically near to the beloved ones reasons for daily stresses as here a caregiver’s mind not only concentrates on what has happened, but is also occupied by the imaginary emergencies which could happen. Of course, in a similar […]

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Tips for Wearing Your Colostomy Bag A Guest Post by Gary Simmons

People want to be different, and they want to stand out of the crowd. Most of the time—but not when that difference is based on a health issue or disability. Then, people may fear to stand out, and sometimes withdraw from the company of others. The difference can lead to unhappiness. People who wear colostomy […]

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