LIVING WITH DEMENTIA

LIVING WITH DEMENTIA

Photo by Kindel Media Have you ever met people with dementia? How do they live their lives to the fullest, trying to be okay even if they are not? And that is because of the people who help them overcome it. Dementia, as defined by the World Health Organization,...

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Hello Stranger: When Alzheimer’s Disrupts A Marriage

Hello Stranger: When Alzheimer’s Disrupts A Marriage

Photo by RODNAE Productions The role of care for a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s must embrace an attitude of warmth and hospitality toward the patient, much as they would in welcoming a new acquaintance. Hence, “Welcome Stranger.” One word can describe what to...

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The Amazing Characteristics of A Resilient Person

The Amazing Characteristics of A Resilient Person

Photo by andrew shelley: https://www.pexels.com/photo/man-in-blue-t-shirt-climbing-on-rocks-8454454/ Resilience is defined in Webster’s Dictionary as “the ability to become strong, healthy, or successful again after something bad happens.” In the company, we...

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The Gem of Being Resilient

The Gem of Being Resilient

We encounter challenges, difficulties, and issues at specific points in our lives. In the book Going… Going…: The Abduction of a Mind, readers are taught how to push through these difficulties. As the others say, "Trust yourself and be more resilient." But what does...

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Positive Well-Being: Secret to a Healthier & Happier Life

Positive Well-Being: Secret to a Healthier & Happier Life

Going through life is not without life's own challenges. There are the ups and downs, the good and the bad, the victories and the obstacles that everyone and everybody have to go through inevitably. These are part and parcel of being human, part and parcel of what...

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The Future for Alzheimer’s Patients

The Future for Alzheimer’s Patients

Alzheimer's disease is perhaps one of the quietest yet likewise one of the worst illnesses that could induce pain in a person. It's one of the diseases that can affect absolutely anyone, but as of the moment, no one has discovered a cure yet. Living with Alzheimer's...

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Living Well, Being Ill

Living Well, Being Ill

Some say that there is nothing good about being sick, while others say illness improves morally. Can philosophy decide? From “I will pray for you” to “I pity you.” These are some common phrases one hears from a loved one or a friend if one is not well. From pains of...

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Storing precious memories

Storing precious memories

Time flies extremely fast. Special events are often anticipated, and usually, you don’t get enough sleep until these moments arrive. After which, it’s on to looking forward to other milestones. Initially, one would enjoy being carefree as a child, and with just one...

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