Monthly Archives: January 2016

Helping kick depression in the behind

Depression can really affect people. If you have never experienced it, you may not realize just how devastating it can possibly be – especially true if the person in question is an elder that has already been through many losses … Continue reading

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Losing a pet – (Posted late on 01/31 from 01/30)

So, yesterday I wrote about how helpful, physical and mentally (but also emotionally and spiritually) a pet can help an elder. I have witnessed actual events where this is absolutely true! That is why losing a pet is so gosh … Continue reading

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Pets – (Posted late on 01/31 from 01/29)

Okay, so some of you may or may not believe that a dog or a cat is important because perhaps you are not ‘animal people.’ However, the medical community can and will indeed present you with a number of facts … Continue reading

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Other depression scenarios – (Posted late on 01/31 from 01/28)

I know from personal experience that a parent that loses a child goes through a depression that cannot possibly be imagined unless you are speaking to someone that is in that same boat. Even then, a loss is a personal … Continue reading

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Love once strong, lost to time – (Posted late on 01/31 from 01/27)

As I was stipulating in yesterday’s post, a big depression scenario can possibly begin with losing a life partner. Just thinking about some of the stories that I have heard over the years, I begin to tear up! Let me … Continue reading

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Depression can be caused from many things – (Posted late on 01/31 from 01/26)

If you happen to be an elderly caregiver – whether a family member taking care of a loved one or someone who works for or owns their own agency – you will know what I am talking about – or … Continue reading

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Determination of health

Of course, as I have been harping about for the past few days, seniors get cold for more than one reason. It is important for caregivers to make the determination of what type of condition they believe warrants actual medical … Continue reading

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