Archive for February, 2017
Let’s be real. Addiction is scary. It can come at you at anytime, and more often than not it comes early one. When we were kids and we wanted to grow up fast. We wanted to be the biggest things in the world. We wanted to be kings. Bigger than our families ever were. Well, some aspects we got what we wanted. But, we couldn’t have ever imagined what else came along.
Addiction is scary. It can take over our lives and ruin them. A lot of us started our addictions at ages not too far off from the ones when we were dreaming big. We then got so wound up that we found ourselves in some scary situations. Legal issues, personal grief, and social standards started coming down on us hard. What were we to do then?
Well, here’s some advice. Look into a Continue Reading No Comments
If you could just get some sleep.
It is the third night in a row when you find yourself awake in the middle of the night. In fact, you are certain that you have been awake more than you have been asleep. It is difficult to get over this cough and congestion without a good night’s best, but it is impossible to sleep more than an hour at a time when you are feeling this miserable.
As you lay in bed thinking through your options, you finally decide that you need to do something now. You wake your husband to let him know that you are going into the closest family quick care clinic. As explanation, you tell your husband that you are hoping to get some answers, and possibly a prescripti
Unfortunately, many of us are left to make decisions for our parents as they get older. While some senior citizens are perfectly capable of making their own decisions, many are afflicted with issues like Alzheimer’s disease and dementia which can affect their ability to make decisions regarding their futures. This leaves a lot of responsibility upon their grown children. Many feel guilt about choosing the option of a nursing home for their parents. In the past, there was a pressure upon grown children to keep their parents in the family home as they reached the ends of their lives. However, in recent years this has become less realistic for many families, as the economy requires both partners in most families to work. This leaves less time for someone to care for their loved one. For that