In the forward to John F. Kennedy’s book Profiles in Courage, his brother, Robert, talks about what he hopes we have learned from his brother’s life and death. The lesson is that none of us can afford to be “lookers-on, the critics standing on the sidelines.” So too it is with grief. You cannot be […]
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Ideas that may help cooking for one to be more enjoyable: Take a few minutes each week to write down what you enjoy eating that is nutritious. Think of a few menus that sound good and go from there. A concern of most single cooks is waste. Buy only the perishables that you can use […]
A common question physicians hear from patients who have recently experienced the passing of a loved one is whether medications will benefit them. Often the conversation turns to antidepressants or something for aiding sleep. Many aspects of grief frequently mimic depression which can make it confusing for both the doctor and the patient to discern […]
“Look well into thyself; there is a source of strength which will always spring up if though always look there.” – Marcus Aurelius “You must do the thing you think you cannot do.” – Eleanor Roosevelt