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Posted by Michael C. Blackwell on February 02, 2012
I recently read of some writings of John Ed Mathison, a retired Methodist minister in Montgomery, Alabama. He was relating the story of a group of 40 something year old men who had been in high school together. One had been most successful...read on
Posted by Paige Richardson on December 16, 2011
I’m blessed to live close to my family, not just my parents, but my extended family as well. I see most of them weekly. I know about their health conditions, things around their homes, and who visits and who does not.
However, I’ve not...read on
Posted by Paige Richardson on November 21, 2011
Thanksgiving and Christmas can bring great joy. It’s a time to celebrate the blessings we’ve been given and the birth of Christ. It’s a busy time for everyone. However for caregivers, the holidays can add to an already heavy load of...read on
Posted by Paige Richardson on July 15, 2011
I spend much of my time traveling the mountains of North Carolina. On these road trips, I frequently see signs warning of sharp curves ahead. Caregivers also see warning signs cautioning of burnout ahead. Look for these signs:
- You have...read on