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I have a lot of women friends, acquaintances, co-workers, business acquaintances, etc., but it is hard for me to find women who have similar circumstances and world view to talk ...

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I can bet that several of you are thinking different things as you read the title of this post. Some of you might be saying “Let your light shine is ...

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60 and still tottering around on killer heels and squeezing into skinny jeans? You will love this new ebook on Amazon. Made me laugh and cry!!!

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What is Hospice? Hospice is not a death sentence. It is an opportunity to live life to the fullest until you die. I have been a Hospice volunteer since 1994. It is ...

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Roadkill on the Internet Highway I have a whole slew of nieces that I love to communicate with. “Uncle Colin, we don’t communicate with phone calls any more. You have ...

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I added the “No Matter What” this morning. Here’s how I came up with that: I despise aging! Now, that may come as a shock, which wouldn’t surprise me, as ...

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Your elder’s memory has not been working at full force for quite a while. But lately, she seems to be forgetting details more and more frequently. And that is not ...

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The National Institutes of Health have estimated that nearly 2 million Americans age 65 or older have been diagnosed with severe (clinical) depression. And another 5 million experience some symptoms of ...

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For as long as I can remember, even as far back as when I was 4, I’ve been actively terrified of aging.  It may sound peculiar that my fear began ...

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Families have often been obliged to consider a nursing home when aging at home no longer seemed viable. However, now there is an alternative. They can purchase a MEDCottage, a ...

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