• Life Transitions

    Posted on September 25th, 2011

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    Life Transitions: Few and far between or constant?

    Life Transitions: Few and far between or constant?

    Change is not always bad. Sometimes something so great happens we feel so much excitement and energy. When change is harder, or unwelcomed, we tend to have a different way of responding. We might respond with anger, fear, sadness, anxiety or nervousness, feelings of numbness, or any other not-so-good feelings.

  • Life Transitions

    Posted on March 10th, 2009

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    Experience the Transition to a Retirement Community

    Experience the Transition to a Retirement Community

    The transition to a retirement community, like an assisted living or possibly a nursing home, is a challenge that so many families and individuals face. Families may come to the decision that a move is the best option for many reasons. Coming to that decision can be one of the most difficult pieces. Another difficult […]

  • Life Transitions

    Posted on November 24th, 2008

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    Comments: “Centenarians ‘Grossly’ Underdiagnosed..”

    Comments: “Centenarians ‘Grossly’ Underdiagnosed..”

    THE ARTICLE: ScienceDaily (Nov. 24, 2008)  For many of the elderly, the golden years are anything but. Faced with health problems, financial issues and the death of a spouse or loved one, many adults 65 years and older suffer from depression. While research is emerging to help this group understand and treat the problem, another […]