Amy Roost shares how her role as a caregiver following her son's brain hemorrhage strengthened her faith and bolstered her prayer life.
Caregivers often place themselves at the bottom of their to do list. If you or a loved one has caregiving duties it is essential to pay attention to emotional, physical and mental health. Caring for yourself can be the most important thing one can do as a caregiver and will improve your well-being to perform day-to-day responsibilities. Here are ten of our favorite quotes to get started on the path to nurturing yourself.Continue reading
Several choirs have opened their doors to people with memory loss—and research shows the benefits abound.Continue reading
In this pair of videos, writer Allison Pataki describes the effects her husband’s stroke at age 30 had on their marriage and how they have now become closer than ever.Continue reading
His wife's early-onset Alzheimer's challenged them both, emotionally and spiritually, but acceptance bolstered by faith brought them comfort.Continue reading
A woman who deals with death every day explains how her calling is life-affirming.Continue reading
The man behind the popular blog NYC Smile 4 Me learns that his mission of bringing joy to others works in a small town as well as the Big Apple.Continue reading