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Busy day today!

I am arriving early today with my clients’ dinner and then have to take my lady to not just one but two doctors – and of course for a bit of therapeutic shopping! It will be a nice segue for … Continue reading

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So glad to share moments with my clients (Posted late on 03/31 from 03/30)

Visited my Monday morning client and was so happy to see that he was in good spirits and feeling well. Since I always want to extend myself out to all of my clients, I share a lot of what is … Continue reading

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A bit burnt out this week!

Although I love my clients, I am working endlessly so that I can forget my own personal pain. Nonetheless, I am still burnt out. I feel like and empty shell of my former self and all I can do is … Continue reading

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Hope I am doing enough this week!

This week has been a really crazy ride. Monday we discovered that my little brother was dead and had been all weekend. I was devastated to say the least! He was my best friend and confidant and I will forever … Continue reading

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Aging can really change our minds

Where once we may have been free thinkers, organized thinkers or deep thinkers, age can sometimes really take a toll. Nothing about anything seems to satisfy some elders when their minds get clogged by mental disease or anguish. The more … Continue reading

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Who will be there for you? – posted late on11/14 from 11/13

When the news is fatal, those left behind can gather all the love and support that they need from friends and family members. Another source of that love and support can be gathered from the medical professionals, including hospice workers. … Continue reading

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Other Therapies, Coping and Support for SAD

Besides exercising, getting outside, and inducing a sunnier disposition, there are a few Mind-Body Therapies that you can try with your clients that experience SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) symptoms. If they can do Yoga, Guided Imagery or Meditation, you may … Continue reading

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