Teens make up part of the 8.7 million children in the U.S. age 17 or younger who live in a household with
This blog was originally published in the New York Times. Planning for your death and funeral is probably not something
Children who have Rett Syndrome appear to develop normally at first but then show symptoms at some point during the first year of infancy when they begin to lose their motor and cognitive skills.
This blog was originally published on The Fix. As sober adults, family can be one of our biggest triggers, right
“There exist no training classes for adult children caring for aging parents, and none for our overly independent parents to learn how to accept our care,”
When adults with serious illness don’t write down their wishes, family members are much less likely to know exactly what their loved one would want
Family intervention approaches — such as working together to make dietary changes — can be an effective strategy for improving chronic illness management.
“It’s one thing to listen. It’s another to really understand what your child is saying to you.”
This blog was originally published on PBS. Karen’s 87-year-old mom finally agreed to have someone come in a few
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