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Not in Love with AMOUR

Paris. Musicians. Elderly couple. Stroke. Disability. AMOUR (2012) has all the essential elements to become my favorite movie. Ironically, I remain troubled by my tepid reaction 3 weeks after seeing it while most of my friends within and outside of … Continue reading

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I Want to Live

There is something in the air to tell us summer is near. This is the time of the year when people want to live– to laugh, to love, and to laugh some more. Some will live, others will not. Sometimes … Continue reading

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The Way Home

Disclaimer: It’s all fictional, based on my personal experience, imagination, and observation over the years. *** It wasn’t because Kayla was only five that she couldn’t understand her mother. Kayla thought that sometimes her mother simply wasn’t making much sense. … Continue reading

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The New Normal

Baby Boomer Caregivers To top it off, some of these boomers are still “taking care” of their adult children and grandchildren. This can be a very challenging situation.

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Never Too Late?

Disclaimer: The story is inspired by real people and true stories around me over the years but the characters and plot are all mine. Twirling her lanyard in her fingers, she was having a hard time focusing on all the … Continue reading

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They Are One of Us

The topic of doctors becoming patients has been discussed by many writers over the years. There is even a book called “When Doctors Become Patients.” I have seen my share of clients who were healthcare professionals. What has fascinated me … Continue reading

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Living with You Mom

“She is in serious trouble, and her son is right behind her.” — Spoken with authority and a lack of compassion, this “casual” remark by a coworker never left my mind for the rest of the day. For years, research and the creative media have looked … Continue reading

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