I was speaking with a dear friend today about a tough decision she was facing. Her fifteen-year old cat was struggling with illness and ageing. Despite all her loving efforts to help her it just seemed like all she was doing was prolonging life and the suffering of her dear fury family member. The … Continue Reading
Dying and Death
Pets are Family Too!
I was speaking with a dear friend today about a tough decision she was facing. Her fifteen-year old cat was struggling with illness and ageing. … Continue Reading
The Double -Whammy of Grief During COVID-19
It is challenging at the best of times to deal with all the grief associated with the death of a loved one. It is doubly so during this health … Continue Reading
The Poverty of Care is Rich in Opportunity
Often when people speak of seniors’ poverty we immediately think of money and the struggle many seniors have making ends meet on a limited and fixed income. While this is true and of significance there another type of poverty that can be even more painful. I remember an accountant friend of mine saying to me, […]
Seriously Insignificant – Its Good News!
Our ancestors have been around for about six millions years, modern humans as we know them have been around for 200,000 years and modern society for about 10,000 years. Current average life expectancy for a human is roughly 80 years. So lets put our individual lives into perspective. Relative to modern humans as we know […]