Death Is Not The End

Death Is Not The End

After almost two years, I returned to the cemetery, where we buried my grandmother (Nana). I went for two reasons. First, my mother wanted to go and needed somebody to drive her and my father to Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. And second, just before Nana passed away, we...
Alzheimer’s Dementia: What Families Need

Alzheimer’s Dementia: What Families Need

Her family sat on either side of her. Her husband held her hand, and her daughter held the eyes of our team. The diagnosis of Alzheimer’s dementia was just given, and the weight of the words hung heavy in the air.  After thirty years, this part never gets easier...
Believing is Not Passive

Believing is Not Passive

Believing requires courage. It demands action. It is an act of accepting that which we may only be able to imagine. It is probably where the concept of “make believe” comes from. The idea that we can transport ourselves into a place of imagining and envisioning...