- Humor Essential Therapy Even With Alzheimer's
We all need humor, particularly during hard times
- Renewal, Rebirth and Re-Creation
Times of renewal
- Cleaning Gripes: Why does it fall to women?
Mindlessness of Housekeeping
- Dealing with Grief
Grief can be a hard subject to talk about. No amount of planning can eliminate the grief or loss associated with the death of an elder loved one—and it shouldn’t. Grief is an important part of death, and you need to allow yourself to feel it. It is a healthy and powerful way to show love. Grief is often internalized through thoughts and feelings, but you may also express grief in words and tears. We were given tear ducts to relieve the stress and pressure of our lives. Use them.
- Quirky or Psychiatrist-Worthy?
This week, we’re featuring one of my favorite articles, Are You Normal? The Difference Between Quirks and Mental Illness. In it, you get to play psychiatrist. Four fictional people briefly tell their stories, and you decide whether they need help. Then, a real psychiatrist gives you his opinion. It’s an eye-opening article that answers interesting questions like these: