At some point in most of our lives, a loved one is going to need care. Yet being a caregiver is not something one typically thinks about or one that can be easily prepared for. It begins with a diagnosis- often a surprise – then leads into the initial shock, acknowledgement then acceptance of an unexpected disease someone you love now has. For my family, it was Parkinson’s Disease. Some years ago, I clearly remember being at work and receiving a phone call from my husband wh
5 Important Tips to help manage the seasonal blues?
We are all noticing it—the weather is changing. The leaves are changing, the days are getting shorter, the air has a cool crisp feeling. Its coming….yup winter is coming. The school year has started, its going to start snowing, the holidays are around the corner. Most of us struggle with the changing of the seasons. Some of us struggle with lack of motivation, difficulty getting out of our warm beds, fatigue and depressed mood. While most of these symptoms will be