A clear path to physical and mental health – Forgiveness

There are many times during each of our lives when we are either needing to forgive someone or wanting someone to forgive us. It’s a struggle one way or the other.  We’ve all experienced the sufferings wrought by wrong doing and had times when we were the perpetrator. “The topic of forgiveness is simply universal, whether it’s forgiving someone else or yourself.  But what many of us...
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Don’t Assume You’re Old – How to Reduce Long Term Care Expense, by Brenda Evers

Some people are up in arms at the possibility they may be held responsible for the expense of relatives’ long term care.  In Pennsylvania, a couple found this out when presented with a bill for $500,000 from a nursing home for care for an aging relative!  A “filial responsibility law” in that state allows for this.  And that state isn’t alone.  Maryland, where I live, along with more...
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Living in Harmony by Kim Wiklund

The recent suicide of the brilliant Robin Williams has once again put depression and addiction into the spotlight.  After the similar loss of Phillip Seymour Hoffman, the public seems to be taking a harder look at depression and other forms of mental illness and the havoc that they can wreak. This has caused me to think more about how it is that we can get can through times that are bleak and...
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