Starting the Dialogue with your Aging Parents: Are you Hungry?

Starting the Dialogue with your Aging Parents: Are you Hungry?.

Once again, Laura shares important information with her readers that bears repeating whenever and wherever possible.  Please take a look and pass it on.

When I think about the abundance of food that the world has to offer only to have it be unavailable to those who truly need it, it boggles my mind.  The only way to make sure that everyone is fed is to make the effort, however small, to help whomever we can.

Pearls of Wisdom – Starting the Dialogue with your Aging Parents: Subject Gratitude

The Beauty of Old Age

The Beauty of Old Age (Photo credit: VinothChandar)

Starting the Dialogue with your Aging Parents: Subject Gratitude.

Anyone with aging parents or other family members will get a great deal of support information from the Starting the Dialogue Blog (hey that rhymes).  Anyway, the point is – keeping people positive and grateful is important regardless of age, but age has its ways of trying to squelch the positive and replace it with an aching back, wrinkled skin and sore hips.

I highly recommend this advice as I found it challenging to keep my parents from getting depressed and pessimistic when they were not well recently.  And the affect it had on me was that I too, was getting pretty negative, critical, anxious and depressed.   But positive energy and attitude can conquer all, that’s my firm belief.  Not always EASY, but definitely worth the effort.

Thanks Laura!

Are your Aging Parents or Elderly Clients Depressed?

Aging

Aging (Photo credit: K. Kendall)

Are your Aging Parents or Elderly Clients Depressed?.  This article is fascinating and something for all of us who have aging parents.  Keeping active is key.