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Get In Touch With Your Loved Ones And Show Them That You Care

It is understood that families have their own responsibilities that they need to attend to and that sometimes, these responsibilities keep us away from spending quality time with our families, most especially our senior loved ones who live away from us. If you are a family that takes care of your senior loved ones in … Continue reading

4 Ways You Can Show Your Love to Your Elderly Loved Ones

We want to say it, but we just…can’t. Not being verbally expressive can be challenging, especially if you want to show how much you appreciate or love someone. A lot of people would just say that we should just “spit it out”, but they don’t know how difficult it is on our part. We can … Continue reading

3 Things I Learned from Looking After an Elderly Person

… a personal story from someone who lost a loved one When we see a movie or a TV show, they often depict the elderly as people who display being cranky or having a sour mood. As kids, we have this stereotype clouding our judgment when we face the elderly, hesitant to approach them for … Continue reading

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How Homemaking Benefits the Elderly

Loneliness is a human enemy, is it not? If you’ve heard the adage, “no man is an island”, that pretty much sums up the negative implications of living alone. Apparently, this scenario becomes common as someone reaches the senior years. With retirement, adult children, and elderly peers, the home suddenly feels like an empty nest. … Continue reading

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Roles that Keep a Senior Person Busy and Productive

Every person needs a sense of purpose. This gives them the motivation and the will to live. For a senior person who already reached retirement and going through age-related challenges, this motivation is even more necessary. If you ever felt this way, know that it’s a normal and valid feeling. But you know what, reaching … Continue reading

Living in Chronic Pain: How to Cope Without Feeling Helpless

Living with chronic pain is unpleasant. You try to avoid the pain but it still persists. Your pain affects you and the people around you. Your condition may be deteriorating more rapidly than what your doctors can deal with. However, learning to cope with your pain is important without taking your discomfort out on other … Continue reading