Dementia

BY SUSAN BERGER Julie Staple was a child when her dad, Mark Womack, began exhibiting odd behavior. An award-winning violin, viola and cello maker, Womack was not following through for clients nor returning phone calls promptly. He was watching more TV and taking more breaks from work. He began drinking and was quick to become … Continue reading Dementia

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🌼🌼🌼 Yes, you can feel good even when you have seen the dark sides of life 🌼🌼🌼

🌼🌼🌼 Yes, you can feel good even when you have seen the dark sides of life 🌼🌼🌼 http://joypassiondesire.com/2019/06/21/%f0%9f%8c%bc%f0%9f%8c%bc%f0%9f%8c%bc-yes-you-can-feel-good-even-when-you-have-seen-the-dark-sides-of-life-%f0%9f%8c%bc%f0%9f%8c%bc%f0%9f%8c%bc/ — Read on joypassiondesire.com/2019/06/21/🌼🌼🌼-yes-you-can-feel-good-even-when-you-have-seen-the-dark-sides-of-life-🌼🌼🌼/ “Not every sky will be blue and not every day is springtime. So on the spiritual path a person learns to find this kind of happiness without needing nice things to happen on … Continue reading 🌼🌼🌼 Yes, you can feel good even when you have seen the dark sides of life 🌼🌼🌼

Religion and Mental Health

Religion and Mental Health https://thebipolarwriter.blog/2019/06/18/religion-and-mental-health/ — Read on thebipolarwriter.blog/2019/06/18/religion-and-mental-health/ **I’m going to preface this post with an disclaimer. If you are a religious person I am not attacking you, your beliefs or your religion. I am just sharing my experiences. That is all. Also please do not attack me in the comments or attempt to … Continue reading Religion and Mental Health