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You Don’t Have to Go It Alone When Your Loved One Has Dementia

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Caring for a loved one with dementia is a challenging and emotionally taxing journey that no one should have to face alone. Dementia is a progressive neurological condition that affects memory, cognitive function, and behavior. As the condition advances, the demands of caregiving can become overwhelming, making it essential to seek support and assistance. Here are several compelling reasons why you don’t have to go it alone when your loved one has dementia.
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ADHD and Family: How To Create a Supportive Environment

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For family members of those with ADHD, it is often tempting to search for a quick fix for the affected person’s anxiety and other behavioral problems. You can buy anxiety medication from pharmacies, which may help curb some issues, but the only way to effectively treat ADHD is with proven therapy and support. A supportive home environment is often needed most, and it is relatively simple to create within a loving family.
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The Role of Family Support During The Recovery Process

 

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Whether someone is recovering from an injury, depression  or mental health issues, or substance abuse, family support plays a significant role in the process. Recovery with the benefit of a proper support network is completely different from having to work through something on your own. Sometimes, people left alone to recover don’t adequately complete the process. In the case of recovering from a physical injury, issues can reoccur, and if physical therapy is not correctly followed, a person may continue to suffer the consequences for life. Continue reading The Role of Family Support During The Recovery Process

Instagram Photo of The Week: In Support of Ukraine Window Display

If you’re feeling like you want to do something positive to help the people of Ukraine, who are suffering horribly, you can visit This Link for ideas on ways to donate, or Google “Best Ukraine Charities” to find an organization whose mission suits you best. Remember: I help you today, you help me tomorrow.

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Greek Fire Release New Song In Support of Leukemia Stricken Drummer

Drummer Johnny Venus of Greek Fire
Drummer Johnny Venus of Greek Fire

In February 2012, shortly after completing a tour of Japan, Johnny Venus, drummer for American rock band Greek Fire (and longtime drum tech for Story of The Year) was diagnosed with Leukemia. Devastating news, to be sure. Representatives for the band have issued a statement saying that, “Johnny is fighting the battle of his life, and even in these darkest of times his incredible courage and strength inspired Johnny’s fellow band mates to write a song about this profoundly difficult and emotional journey.” Continue reading Greek Fire Release New Song In Support of Leukemia Stricken Drummer