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Caregivers of People with Alzheimer’s: Does It Matter What You Say?

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I have heard from a few people with relatives in the last stages of Alzheimer’s, and some have asked, “Does it matter what you say?”  This seems to come up especially with regard to general conversation and prayer: With the […]

Alzheimer’s Foundation 2014 Candlelighting Event

posted by mpratt

The weekend of November 15-17, 2014, will again be the time when groups and individuals affected by Alzheimer’s disease may commemorate their and their loved ones’  journey through the Alzheimer’s Foundation National Candlelighting Event.   There will be events throughout […]

Alzheimer’s disease caregivers: What not to assume

posted by mpratt

As I  mentioned in a previous post, I am going to focus  this Alzheimer’s disease Awareness and Education Month on the role and work of the caregiver.  These amazing men and women (and some younger people) are in the trenches […]

Alzheimer’s Disease: Holiday Gift Giving

posted by mpratt

What do you give someone who has Alzheimer’s disease? What can you possibly say or do that will express the love and gratitude you have for him or her, even if the disease is progressing and he or she is slipping […]

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Chronic Illness and Pain: Letting Your Guard Down
I've had to increase the dosage of the immunosuppressive drug I'm taking for my lupus and anti-retinal antibodies. This makes me even more susceptible to infections - at a time when the flu season is just kicking into high gear! About now, too, I'm getting very weary of fending off potential infe

posted 9:35:17pm Feb. 26, 2015 | read full post »

TLC Tuesday: Award Yourself!
Here in Southern California, the awards season is winding down. For the past few months, a crescendo of award ceremonies, large and small, has built up to last  Sunday night's fe

posted 9:24:25pm Feb. 24, 2015 | read full post »

Food for Thought: Sifting through All That Info!
When you're diagnosed with a chronic illness especially one that is very serious and affects many aspects of your life, you might feel overwhelmed by the amount and variety of information available to you. The moment you leave the doctor's office, your head might start spinning with what he or she t

posted 9:02:24pm Feb. 23, 2015 | read full post »

A Praying Spirit: From the General to the Specific
If you are rushed, tired, angry, or in great pain when you pray, you might find that your prayers are more general than specific. For example, "Please, Lord, take away my pa

posted 9:02:19pm Feb. 22, 2015 | read full post »

A Day-full of Devotionals?
It's been building up over the past few years, but this year, it seems to truly be turning into a swift and powerful waterfall - it's the number of devotionals available to us,

posted 11:08:17pm Feb. 19, 2015 | read full post »


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