Being an Alzheimer's caregiver is hard work that requires a lot of knowledge and many skills for getting along and for connecting with the person. Here are some tips to help you out on your caregiving journey.
While research indicates that training in forgiveness can actually bring about improvements in both well-being and health, actually forgiving can be easier said than done. If forgiveness is something you want to practice, try one of these strategies.
Over the next few years, new platforms will emerge that will encourage connections. The search for these communities will lead those who want a true human connection to bypass the sound bites of our technology today and seek the substance of meaningful conversation.
It is crucial that we stay grounded in some kind of permanence, not a personal permanence, but the permanence of the human journey. Ultimately, in order to stay anchored, we need more than just hashtags.
Composing and sharing what's in your heart is an exercise in love and a validation of your journey to those who've helped you along the way. This is your one and only life, and how happily you live it is completely up to you.