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  • The Sandwich Generation and Their Parents' Tarnished Golden Years

    Parents of Baby Boomers look toward their sixties, seventies and eighties as golden years, with the chance to enjoy the fruits of their labors. But what happens when those days become tarnished gold? What if nothing you or your parents do can restore the shine you all were expecting? This is what faces the Sandwich Generation each year when their parents are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, senile dementia or stroke. Today, dementia of some kind has ...


  • Mother In Law

    Be Nice to Your Mother-in-Law Did you know that October 28 is Mother-in-Law’s Day? Most of us cringe at the thought of mother-in-law anything, much less having a day dedicated to her. So it makes you wonder what greeting card company or marketing “genius” thought this one up. On the other hand, maybe mothers-in-law have gotten a bad rap that they don’t deserve. Granted, not all mother in laws are nice. But most of them are ...


  • Desperately seeking YES

    Ever had a child who keeps asking for a favour or a treat until they get the response they want? These kids generally use one of two strategies. They may either nag or hound you until they get an affirmative or they will seek out an adult who will give them the answer they want. The first method, which is based on persistence, is generally very effective to use with tired parents and sole parents who are more ...


  • On Father's Day to My Dad

    Being fabulously forty and beyond, we are very much aware that anyone can be a father, but only few can be called a dad. My father was only 18 years old when I came into this world. Lucky for me, he was smart, caring and kind enough to figure out the formula for being a “great dad” and dedicate his life to his kids and his family. My dad was always my rock, my support channel, my advisor and friend. He was ...