Home Unfurnishing Your Parent’s Stuff

This is an excellent article by Richard Eisenberg that offers eight strategies for systematically paring down the stuff of aging parents that apparently nobody wants. It’s a necessary but ultimately awkward ritual of sorting with an eye towards aggressively casting…

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Failing In Place

New arrivals to our caregiver support group confirm what’s being reported in the medical literature. Dementia in the land of aging parents has reached a tipping point and now become the overwhelming concern of 80-90% of our attendees. The vast…

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The Sibling Dilemma

“But things in this life change very slowly, if they ever change at all” The Eagles from Sad Cafe In David Rico’s book “The Five Things We Cannot Changeone of the immutable laws of living on earth is that “life…

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