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My Relationship with Food? It’s complicated

As some of you know, I’ve been doing some extreme, medically supervised dieting since late summer. I’ve lost a good amount of weight and my blood pressure and cholesterol levels have dropped to very healthy levels. I’ve been exercising more without dreading it and have been pretty happy overall. I decided that I would eat …

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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 …

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There Ain’t No Warning Labels for Crazy

Warning: Crazy. I have been saying wow to myself a bit more than usual tonight. Wow for the man who rescued those poor women from a decade of torture, and then refused a reward.  Wow to the people out there who are actually criticizing him. And when I read this post just now Warning: Crazy., about the …

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

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 …

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