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Posts from ‘May, 2014’

Building Bridges at Home

If you were asked what the hardest thing about being a parent is, what would you say? Would it be that your cute little girl, who never left your side, suddenly became an independent women, no longer “needing” your attention? Or that your son doesn’t realize you have feelings, too, and that his disrespect and obnoxious behavior hurts you immensely?
As parents, we want our children, whether they’re teens or young adults, to understand that we always want the best for them and that sometimes we make mistakes. We want them to know that occasionally we forget what we have told them, but we didn’t do it intentionally to hurt them.… CONTINUE READING

Aging: Longevity and Boomers

If your goal is to live longer, to live your best life and to contribute to society in a positive way, you are not alone. Fortunately, this goal can be your reality, as more and more people are realizing the opportunities available to them at this time of their lives.

Of course, the outlook is even better for your children, who in their 20’s and 30’s, are expected to have a greater chance of living to 90 and even 100 than us. As far as we’re concerned, most boomers are living longer with lower rates of disability and even less poverty than previous generations.… CONTINUE READING