If Dad wants to apologize for something that happened many years ago, how do we handle that?
Banana tea will help you fall asleep faster. Bananas are also very good for your cardiovascular health.
In an effort not to waste any part of the fruits and vegetables we eat, I have investigated eating the banana peel. It is good for you and tastes like -- BANANA!
There are two different types of cinnamon. Ceylon Cinnamon is the type that is healthy.
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Sumo Oranges are my favorite fruit, and it is Sumo Orange season. I'm a happy girl. I am using the orange peel in my smoothie.
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Heartburn can make you, the caregiver, uncomfortable. Heartburn can make your loved one with dementia uncomfortable. Rather than adding another medication, try Full Leaf Tea Company Heartburn Relief Tea. I have been drinking it each morning for a few months, and I am astonished at how much better I feel. Here is the link to order it - https://bit.ly/3XjhYi1
While visiting your loved one with dementia, did you notice a change in their abilities? It is part of the process, but it can be quite disturbing. I'm here to help you. Write me at email@example.com .
If you are expecting Christmas to be perfect, you are expecting TOO MUCH. Maybe letting go of perfection will make the holiday more meaningful for YOU and your loved one with dementia.
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Be careful what you give your folks with dementia as a gift at Christmas. I have a great idea for you!
Life can throw a curve ball (or three) your way. How you handle it will be a sign of your gratitude.
I'm learning that the hard way!
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