A Weekly Column on Being Human by Wellness Specialist Elizabeth Clayton
Over the weekend my mother and I put a puzzle together out in the common area of the memory unit where she lives.
I glossed over something a little too quickly in last week’s Wellness Wednesday in my story about nudging my mother off her unhappy track
My mother has late stage Parkinson’s and has spent a fair amount of her time angry, in large part a progression of her disease
That’s Caty Nixon in the photo below, a labor and delivery nurse at Medical City McKinney in Texas, headed to her sister’s house for emotional support after a long shift...
“There’s been a misunderstanding...
When you put a bowl of blueberries in front of a 2-year-old, in about 5 minutes you can probably guess what their face looks like.
I started noticing a while ago that as soon as I got to work and opened my email, I would often start humming.
If something isn’t a problem right now it’s hard to pay attention to it, let along make a change, so there’s a chance this Wellness Wednesday...
We wish we wouldn’t, but there we are again, back at Facebook checking our splash. We sternly tell ourselves we will limit our check-ins to two a day, just two...
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