Look at the world through the eyes of a child before that child learns anger or hate. And just as we tallied up cards from our Valentine’s Day box as children, let the next Valentine’s Day become a day when children’s organizations can tally up checks.
When asked "How do you write a memoir?" My answer is simple -- one memory at a time. Here are 4 tips and my memory of "The Italian Family Christmas Tree Challenge" when Grandpa brought home the tallest tree on the farm.
Smolowe tells us that while loss is universal, grief is personal. In “Four Funerals and a Wedding” she offers her personal story "not as a template but rather as an alternate picture of how grief unfolds for many people."
Alcohol abuse and alcoholism can take a devastating toll on individuals and families at a $224 billion cost to the US economy. Physicians have been advocating for screening and models have been developed for screening in offices and in emergency departments.
Gram believed that the table was sacred. No matter how much we may have disagreed with one another, she was convinced that any argument could be settled at her table with a cup of hot demitasse and freshly made biscotti.
Answers to questions I posed to Sean Strub, author of "Body Counts: A Memoir of Politics, Sex, AIDS, and Survival" are a reminder of the gratitude expressed by advocates, survivors, and those still in the trenches.
From the uber-rich to your next door neighbor, the new undivorced have odd living arrangements. They can be driven by economics, a lover, or a need for independence. Billionaire Warren Buffet may be their poster child.
Surrounding oursleves with lingering gratitude may be the secret to the Fountain of Youth and lifelong love. Within columns ranging from love and marriage to cognition and health, research and quotes from leading physicians and scientists will be highlighted.