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Learn to "let go". Although it is a commonly used phrase, how many of us actually know what it means and even if we do know, how do we do it?
This is the time of year for family gatherings and holiday celebrations. Perhaps your travel plans include a trip with someone who has had a decline in cognition that will require extra vigilance and preparation.
It’s that time of year when we rack our brains trying to find the perfect gift for our loved ones. Our elders can be difficult to shop for
Even when life is full of challenging circumstances, practicing gratitude can create an awareness of what is always available to us.
The holidays can be a very exciting time for many; yet the idea of gathering with family and friends may require some extra planning to keep your older guests safe.
Dr. James Rosen is Professor Emeritus of Psychology and clinical psychologist. A leader in the field of health psychology, Dr. Rosen has helped hundreds of people in his research and clinical practice to start exercising. His approach to an exercise habit is based on science, but he does not talk psychology from the armchair only. Dr. Rosen relies on lessons from his patients and personal experience as a competitive athlete. Dr. Rosen is the author of the self-help book: “How to make yourself exercise. Creating a lasting habit.”
Rachel Kodanaz is a heart-minded professional helping her audiences to Embrace Life’s Challenges. Rachel has been speaking passionately to national audiences for over 20 years, addressing all aspects of change, growth, and acceptance that comes with embracing life challenges. Rachel has published numerous articles and has appeared on Good Morning America. Her books, Finding Peace, One Piece at a Time: What to do with yours or a loved one’s personal possessions, best-selling Living with Loss One Day at a Time, and Grief in the Workplace have received international acclaim.