Tag Archives: caring for my parents

Acceptance vs. Change

This was a previous post taken from the archives – but still a good read. Enjoy! I’ve been thinking alot about the word “acceptance” and trying to really grasp its meaning. The definition is simply, a person’s agreement to experience a … Continue reading

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Mom Needs A Caregiver in the Home: Who the Heck do I choose?

If you ever face a situation when a loved one needs help at home, the process of convincing them to accept the help is a difficult one. Most seniors love to be independent, no matter how difficult it is for … Continue reading

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Hot Flashes and Chicago Winters

I know what you’re thinking “you’re much too young to be having hot flashes.” (wink) But the fact of the matter is, I’ve been having them for about five years now – ever since the ole hys-to-rect-o-my. Having hot flashes … Continue reading

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