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10 Tips to Mothers-In-Law from Daughters-In-Law

By Iris Ruth Pastor Family unity and healthy interactions, who could possibly be against that? So in a quest to be loving, gracious and wise mother-in-law, I asked daughters-in-law of all ages what would they like their mothers-in-law to know in order to maximize healthy relationships between them. Here’s what they said.

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Final Conversations With A Loved One

By Bart Astor I read an interesting op-ed recently by Katie Roiphe called “Dying with Nothing to Say” in which she talks about “last conversations” and being able to have a conversation with a dying loved one. I thought a lot about what Ms. Roiphe wrote and, of course,...

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Is Your Legacy Half Full or Half Empty?

By Richard Weijo   We often have heard the phrase – is your glass-half-full or half-empty? This often refers to whether we are optimistic or pessimistic. But there is a different interpretation when we consider our legacy to future generations. Our legacy includes all of the gifts – whether...

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Six Tips To Help Your Parents With Their Retirement – So You Can Too!

No matter how much you’ve put together in your financial retirement plans, it always seems like you need more. What if, in addition to your own expenses, you also have to support your parents? Here are 6 basic tips to follow, so both you and your parents can retire comfortably.

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Your Legacy: Looking Back While Still Facing the Future

By Richard Weijo When we reach 50 or beyond, a very conventional view is that we will begin to reflect about our past and the fond memories of our life experiences. We begin pulling out the boxes tucked away in our attics that contain the treasures of the past....

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Friendship Knows No Age Limits

It’s a known fact that loneliness for Seniors can cause major physical and mental health issues. And for 82 year old Dan Peterson after his wife passed away he experienced loneliness first hand. Dan fell into a deep, dark depression for six months. He felt lost and alone and even...

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