Tag Archives: self-care

Secrets of Successful Seniors

Old people don’t just take up space; we are participants in the world. Keep growing. Don’t be afraid to try new things. Keep making new friends. We’ll contribute more and enjoy life more. Continue reading

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Who Would You Be Without Yourself?

Freedom is often a question of letting go of the stories that chain us down. Continue reading

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Living in Crisis Time

For billions of people in the world, the crisis is not new and will not go away when the shutdowns are lifted or COVID is cured. The pandemic is just making existing challenges more intense. But we are here; the time is now, and the old ways can’t go on. Can we change ourselves and make the new ones better? Continue reading

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Should I Help?

Sometimes, people may look bad but may like things the way they are. Always ask what they want before injecting yourself into their lives. Continue reading

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The Power of Pets

Julie walked slowly in to a San Francisco multiple sclerosis support group I led, leaning on her walker. Her first line of introduction was, “I don’t know why I’m here. It’s not like you can help me or anything.”

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