The Best Exercises for Seniors

The benefits of regular exercise are endless, but as we age, exercises we were once able to do are not quite as accessible.  If you’re looking for ways to stay active, read on! 

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How to Write a Memoir

End-of-life for many is a time for reflection.  It’s also a time to share your life story with others.  To ensure your story lives on, consider writing a memoir for friends and family to read and share across generations.

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Signs of Caregiver Burnout

Caregiving is HARD, and even the most patient and loving person can experience signs of caregiver burnout. As a caregiver, it’s important to recognize these signs in yourself and ask for help when you need time off.

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Anticipatory Grief and How to Cope

It’s not uncommon to begin grieving the loss of someone before they are gone.  In fact, it’s so “not uncommon” that there’s a phrase for it: anticipatory grief.  Anticipatory grief may be felt by both the loved ones of and the person who is nearing death.  It’s important to understand that while anticipatory grief can help pave the way for meaningful conversations between you and the terminally ill, it does not necessarily mean that either of you have given up hope. 

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Trending: Living Funerals

One of the most difficult parts about dying is not knowing what kind of legacy you will leave.  How will your loved ones remember you?  Who will carry on your traditions?  What kind of impact did you make on the lives of others?  Living funerals aim to alleviate some of this stress by allowing you to listen in on eulogies written by friends and family before you pass.  

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5 Ways to Lower Your Risk of Heart Disease

February isn’t just the month of love… it’s the month of heart disease awareness!  Although there are some factors you can’t control when it comes to heart health such as family history and genetics, there are still many things you can do to decrease your risk of heart disease like…

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